Brequire makes CommonJS features
available to browsers. It uses a compiler to inject the functionality
into your scripts. It's actually a script that you run before loading
your code in a browser:
bin/brequire test/src test/lib
At the moment npm traffic isn't too insane, so you could follow this to
keep abreast of what's being released. Of course, not everything is
released through npm, but it's getting very popular.
This is a simple idea, but genuinely useful. Enable
of thing that will come in handy when trying to explain such a thing to
an awkward client.
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