Browse by Keyword: "packaging"

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autostatic Automatically serve static files, with version control (etag support), compression and CDN support. This makes it possible to skip all the annoying packaging process when deploying your application.

bashpack packs a nodejs project into a single bash file

brewer Asset compilation/packaging/compression utility

brigade Bucket brigade for bundling browser modules

crosstalkify Crosstalk packaging for Node.js projects

easy-bake EasyBake provides an efficient environment for CoffeeScript library developers: CoffeeScript/Javascript-based configuration files (no coding needed), workflow (build, watch, clean, preview) tests (QUnit, Jasime, NodeUnit, server-side emulation with ModuleBundler), publishing (git, npm, NuGet). Replace your Cakefile with a Bakefile today!

emport A module-like system for stiching together browser-side javascript (and coffeescript) files

genpkg Generates NPM packages from single JavaScript files.

install Minimal JavaScript module loader

math_example-1.9.999 demonstration of creating node.js packages

mimosa-require-library-package A library packaging module for Mimosa

mimosa-web-package Web App Packaging Module for Mimosa

pac pack your node_modules as *.tgz files for version control and easy deploys

packjs Concatenates and minifies *.coffee and *.js files as specified via Snockets' require directive.

pgbuild A tool and library to automate PhoneGap Builds (http://build.phonegap.com/api)

raptor RaptorJS provides an AMD module loader that works in Node, Rhino and the web browser. It also includes various sub-modules to support building optimized web applications.

raptor-dust Support module for integrating Dust and RaptorJS

smoosh a tool for packaging your JavaScript and CSS projects

statics static assets in npm

stylesheets statics implementation for stylesheets

takeaway A bundler tool that is written in JavaScript to make it easy to create packages in a node environment by defining the components and packages in JSON format.

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