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resolveJsonModule

# tsconfig.json
{
    "compilerOptions": {
        "resolveJsonModule": true,
	}
}

Here is what the above code is Doing:
1. We’re importing the json file as a module.
2. We’re using the type assertion operator to tell TypeScript that the imported module is of type `Config`.
3. We’re using the `config` variable to access the properties of the imported json file.

## Using the `import` statement

We can also use the `import` statement to import json files.

“`ts
// config.json
{
“apiKey”: “abc123”,
“apiUrl”: “http://example.com”
}

// config.ts
import config from ‘./config.json’;

console.log(config.apiKey); // abc123
console.log(config.apiUrl); // http://example.com
“`

## Using the `require` function

We can also use the `require` function to import json files.

“`ts
// config.json
{
“apiKey”: “abc123”,
“apiUrl”: “http://example.com”
}

// config.ts
const config = require(‘./config.json’);

console.log(config.apiKey); // abc123
console.log(config.apiUrl); // http://example.com
“`

## Using the `import` statement with the `as` keyword

We can also use the `import` statement with the `as` keyword to import json files.

“`ts
// config.json
{
“apiKey”: “abc123”,
“apiUrl”: “http://example.com”
}

// config.ts
import * as config from ‘./config.json’;

console.log(config.apiKey); // abc123
console.log(config.apiUrl); // http://example.com
“`

## Using the `import` statement with the `as` keyword and type assertion

We can also use the `import` statement with the `as` keyword and type assertion to import json files.

“`ts
// config.json
{
“apiKey”: “abc123”,
“apiUrl”: “http://example.com”
}

// config.ts
import * as config from ‘./config.json’ as Config;

console.log(config.apiKey); // abc123
console.log(config.apiUrl); // http://example.com
“`

## Using the `import` statement with the `as` keyword and type assertion and type alias

We can also use the `import` statement with the `as` keyword and type assertion and type alias to import json files.

“`ts
// config.json
{
“apiKey”: “abc123”,
“apiUrl”: “http://example.com”
}

// config.ts
type Config = {
apiKey: string;
apiUrl: string;
};

import * as config from ‘./config.json’ as Config;

console.log(config.apiKey); // abc123
console.log(config.apiUrl); // http://example.com
“`

## Using the `import` statement with the `as` keyword and type assertion and type alias and interface

We can also use the `import` statement with the `as` keyword and type assertion and type alias and interface to import json files.

“`ts
// config.json
{
“apiKey”: “abc123”,
“apiUrl”: “http://example.com”
}

// config

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