In this article, candidates will learn how to add useful libraries such as React and Underscore to front-end tasks during tests or live interviews on CodeSignal. Both JS and CSS libraries can be easily searched within CodeSignal's internal directory or imported from library-specific documentation.
As a candidate, you can leverage various JS and CSS libraries while working on front-end coding tasks. Simply click on the Manage Libraries icon in the IDE to add a specific library for use during any front-end task. These libraries will be added to the head of the HTML document as script or style tags.
Step 1: Click on the Library Management icon.
Step 2: Click on either the JS or CSS tab.
Step 3: Search for a library in the cloud, or add a URL to import your library of choice. Repeat this step to add multiple libraries.
Step 4: Be sure to add libraries with dependencies in the correct order. You may drag and drop libraries to correct the order as necessary, or delete libraries that are not needed.
Step 5: If you'd like, you can view the source code of the library by clicking the link next to your library name.
You're now ready for a quicker, more convenient coding experience!
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