browser-module-sandbox

uses browserify-cdn to run node code in an iframe

npm install browser-module-sandbox
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browser-module-sandbox

uses browserify-cdn to run node code in an iframe

requires a hosted browserify-cdn

npm install browser-module-sandbox

usage

var sandbox = require('browser-module-sandbox')

initialize

sandbox(options)

var sandbox = sandbox({
  cdn: 'http://localhost:8000', // browserify-cdn API endpoint, defaults to the current browser domain root,
  container: dom element where the iframe should be appended,
  iframeHead: string that gets prepended to the `<head>` of the output iframe,
  iframeBody: string that gets prepended to the `<body>` of the output iframe,
  iframeStyle: string for css, gets appended to end of iframeHead,
  iframe: iframe instance, default creates a new one inside container
})

bundling

sandbox.bundle(entry, preferredVersions)

sandbox.bundle('console.log(require("underscore"))', {'underscore': '1.3.3'})

preferredVersions is optional, version will otherwise default to latest

events

sandbox.on('modules', function(modules) {})

modules is the array of modules that gets parsed out of the bundle entry by the detective module

sandbox.on('bundleStart', function() {})

emits when the bundle request begins

sandbox.on('bundleEnd', function(html) {})

emits when the bundle request finishes. html is an object that has the iframe header contents and the full bundle body (made of up all the bundles + the entry in an executable form)

license

BSD

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