You might be able to pull this off by having
false; but this also means you’ll need to manually manage any state/rendering the component needs to do.
To @jmcataldo’s origininal question:
How you include it will depend on exactly how you’re integrating it… but at a high level, Webflow’s bundle is configured and built specifically for the dependencies on your site (note: currently per-site, not per-page); if you look at the source of your published page, you’ll see at least 2 scripts included by webflow: jquery (currently 2.2.0), and the webflow.js bundle, which should have a cache-buster name like
You’d need to include jQuery and the Webflow bundle in your app’s page; note these are bundled for use in a webpage, and are not intended to be used in a Node.js environment (you could probably get around this with jsdom). You can access the
Webflow global; requiring this via a bundling tool will require a special hack, such as Webpack’s
Hope that helps.