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livereactload - Live code editing with Browserify and React

  •    Javascript

Live code editing with Browserify and React. Hot reloading is de facto in today's front-end scene but unfortunately there isn't any decent implementation for Browserify yet. This is shame because (in my opinion) Browserify is the best bundling tool at the moment.

browserify-hmr - Hot Module Replacement plugin for Browserify

  •    Javascript

Open http://localhost:8080/ and try updating label.jsx and interval.js. Hot module replacement works by re-executing updated modules. The Hot Module Replacement API must be used to define which modules can accept updates, and what to do when a module is going to be updated.

css-modulesify - A browserify plugin to load CSS Modules

  •    Javascript

A browserify plugin to load CSS Modules. Please note that this is still highly experimental.

tsify - Browserify plugin for compiling TypeScript

  •    Javascript

Note that when using the Browserify CLI, compilation will always halt on the first error encountered, unlike the regular TypeScript CLI. This behavior can be overridden in the API, as shown in the API example. Also note that the square brackets [ ] in the example above are required if you want to pass parameters to tsify; they don't denote an optional part of the command.




sassify - Require scss files in Browserify

  •    Javascript

Browserify middleware for adding required styles to the page.

react-iconpack - A React Component for handling SVG icons, coupled with Babel and Browserify plugins to only bundle the icons you use

  •    Javascript

A Babel plugin, to track which SVGs you're using in your codebase in order to bundle only those specific graphics. No more shipping assets that you don't even use. A Browserify plugin that handles the behind-the-scenes aspects of creating your icon library as a require()-able JS module and injecting it into your bundle. This plugin also handles injecting a lightweight React Component which can be utilized to reference graphics.

consolify - Turn your browser window into a console and run Node modules via Browserify

  •    Javascript

Generate standalone HTML pages that turn the browser window into a console.If --reload is given, a HEAD request is made every second to check whether the file was updated. This requires a web server that sends the Last-Modified header. Learn more in the browser-reload documentation.

min-webdriver - Pipe scripts to browsers using the Selenium WebDriver protocol

  •    Javascript

Pipe scripts to browsers using the Selenium WebDriver protocol.Alternatively, add a webdriver property with the configs to your package.json file.


mocaccino.js - Mocha test runner as a Browserify plugin

  •    Javascript

Mocha test runner as a Browserify plugin.This module is developed as part of Mochify which allows you to run tests with a headless browser, on a Selenium grid, in the cloud with SauceLabs or generates a standalone HTML page to run the tests. The underlying modules can also be used as Browserify plugins.

urify-emitter - [proof-of-concept] emits files instead of inlining datauri statements

  •    Javascript

Similar to webpack's file-loader, this builds on the urify transform but emits a file into an application-level output directory. This allows for modular front-end code which relies on images and icons, without increasing JS bundle size or sacrificing browser image caching optimizations.Now, from your application, you can bundle the code using the urify-emitter plugin.

deumdify - Browserify plugin to expose a standalone bundle as a property of the global object.

  •    Javascript

This module is a Browserify plugin that will expose a standalone bundle as a property of the global object omitting AMD and CommonJS support. The reason for this plugin is that Browserify does not give the ability to generate a standalone bundle without a UMD wrapper.Register the plugin.

minifyify - Minify your browserify bundle without losing the sourcemap

  •    Javascript

Before, browserify made you choose between sane debugging and sane load times. Now, you can have both.Minifyify is a browserify plugin that minifies your code. The magic? The sourcemap points back to the original, separate source files.

proxyquireify - browserify >= v2 version of proxyquire

  •    Javascript

browserify >= v2 version of proxyquire. Proxies browserify's require in order to make overriding dependencies during testing easy while staying totally unobstrusive. To run your tests in both Node and the browser, use proxyquire-universal.

webpackify - Use webpack through a Browserify plugin

  •    Javascript

Both @import() and url() statements within your CSS will resolve as modules too. and now calls to require('a-module') will first search node_modules/a-module, then bower_components/a-module and finally src/vendor/a-module before giving up.

browserify-extendscript - A Browserify plugin to target Adobe ExtendScript environments in Illustrator, InDesign, and Photoshop

  •    Javascript

This plugin for Browserify allows you to target Adobe ExtendScript, which is essentially JavaScript run by Illustrator, InDesign, or Photoshop. ExtendScript has a non-JavaScript compliant method of loading modules and is not particularly friendly to npm, so Browserify is an easy way to bring CommonJS to that ecosystem. Browserify is designed to interface with a Node-like or Browser-like ecosystem, particularly when it comes to global variables and ambient variables like Number and Error. ExtendScript does not provide these variables in an object like global or window, but magically makes them ambient. This plugin adjusts Browserify's globals to take advantage of this.

remapify - Alias directories for browserify

  •    Javascript

A Browserify plugin to map whole directories as different directories to browserify. This is useful if you have a common batch of files that you don't want to have to refer to relatively all the time. If remapify doesn't work for you for any reason, you might want to give aliasify or pathmodify a look.

pathmodify - In a nutshell, rewrite (AKA alias, map) `require()` IDs / paths / directories to different values in browserify

  •    Javascript

This is a browserify plugin that's meant to do the same kind of thing as aliasify and remapify, but in a more elegant, powerful way. This hasn't been tested extensively yet, so consider it experimental. But some of the other alternatives already in common use don't really even work, so.... Avoid having to use cumbersome relative paths (../../../../../../..) in your browserified application, and still be able to apply transforms programatically: browserify().transform(something).

persistify - a wrapper around `browserify` to make incremental builds

  •    Javascript

Just wanted to have a good wrapper over browserify/watchify that allow me to make incremental builds even when not using the watch mode. DISCLAIMER: this is done persisting the watchify arguments to disk using the flat-cache and file-entry-cache modules. The best results happen when only a few files were modified. Worse case scenario is when all the files are modified. In average you should experience a very noticeable reduction. As always keep in mind that your mileage may vary.

partition-bundle - A browserify plugin to partition your modules in different bundles

  •    Javascript

A browserify plugin to pack multiple related modules together in separate files to make the initial pageload smaller. In the mapping/configuration file you can define which module ends up in which output file. Here you can group files together.