Browserify 8.1.1

A fully-featured JavaScript library for client-side on-demand script loading, designed and built after Node.js' require() function

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What's new in Browserify 8.1.0:

  • Use assert@1.3, which fixes a bug in assert.deepEqual related to argument ordering, and ensures assert.deepEqual continues working in Chrome 40 and Firefox 35.
  • Use process@0.10, which adds process.umask() and a faster process.nextTick() implementation.
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MIT License

USER RATING:
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DEVELOPED BY:
James Halliday
HOMEPAGE:
browserify.org
LANGUAGE:
JavaScript
CATEGORY:
C: \ Development Tools \ Other Libraries
The library allows for using just one single <script> tag to load all JS files needed on a page.

Browserify will automatically handle dependencies and loading orders, just like require() does within Node.js.

This library is a community favorite, allowing JavaScript developers that fell in love with the way Node.js handles JavaScript code on the server-side to continue their working and code writing habits on the client-side without wasting time with extra syntax.

Last updated on January 16th, 2015

Runs on: Windows / Linux / Mac OS / BSD / Solaris

feature list requirements

#script loader #page optimization #on-demand loading #script #loader #on-demand #require

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