Depending on Scala.js libraries
To be able to use a Scala library in Scala.js, it has to be separately compiled for Scala.js. You then can add it to your library dependencies as follows:
%%% (instead of the usual
%%) which will add the current Scala.js version to the artifact name. This allows to
- Cross-publish libraries to different Scala.js versions
- Disambiguate Scala.js artifacts from their JVM counterparts
Some Scala.js core libraries (such as the Scala.js library itself) do not need the
%%% since their version number is the Scala.js version number itself.
Note that you can also use
%%% in a Scala/JVM project, in which case it will be the same as
%%. This allows you to use the same
libraryDependencies settings when cross compiling Scala/JVM and Scala.js.