Like Magento 1, Magento 2 offers layout xmls that are used to add css and .js files. There are two ways to add JS files to a custom module. Let us see the various ways of adding them in Magento 2.0.
Create a file view/<area>/layout/default.xml inside your module folder (app/code/Rasbor, for example). Write «frontend»in place of <area>.
Here’s how a file looks after we implemented this JS query through this method for one of our clients.
Another simple method to apply for the process of uploading a JS file on the Magento 2 platform is also simple and easy. In order to implement the methods,
Create a file view/<area>/layout/default.xml inside your module folder (app/code/Rasbor/Core, for example). Write «adminhtml» in place of <area>.
Here is another example of default.xml:
Write your module name in place of Rasbor_core. Place core.js to the folder view/<area>/web.
The latest Magento version is a very advanced and helpful side of the open source platform. Though developers did not use it at its initial launch, the current trends show that they are quite enjoying the features of Magento 2.0. The ecommerce platform is a great tool making working with easier. The benefits of the profile are not limited to developers alone. Retailers using this platform to design their site and users visiting the site enjoy equally the experience of using a smooth, user-friendly platform.