module_loader

Yet another implementation of require for the browser. (RUN AWAY NOW!)

npm install module_loader
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ModuleLoader

Another implementation of require for the browser.

Run. For your life.

It's pretty easy to set up a server

ModuleLoader = require("./module_loader")
new ModuleLoader 
    # env: "production"
    # server: require("express").createServer()
    packages: ["underscore", "underscore.string", "jquery", "jwerty", "socket.io-client", "share", "alpha_simprini"]

There are three options

  • env: production or development (default is development)

  • server: Uses the express server api. If you don't provide one one will be made for you at port 2334.

  • packages: A list of npm package names. They will be looked up in ./node_modules

Ignore files you don't want!

  • ./.stitchignore

    Sort of like .gitiginore, but without any fancy matching. SOME packages will have files that MUST be ignored in the browser. MOST packages will have files that SHOULD be ignored in the browser.

Load the modules

  • <!DOCTYPE html>

  • use it

    underscore = require("underscore")

KNOWN ISSUES

  • jquery - You can't do the equivalent of window.$ = require("jquery"); $ is overwritten as undefined before you can get to it.

Changelog

0.1.0

  • Instition of changelog.
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