When using Webpack, it transforms all of your require/import statements. But sometime, you don't want that behaviour, you want to Webpack to keep it as is.

You can use __non_webpack_require__ to generate a require function that is not parsed by Webpack.

For more useful global Webpack variables, check out the docs here: https://webpack.js.org/api/module-variables/#non_webpack_require-webpack-specific-