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curl - curl

  •    Javascript

curl.js is small, fast, extensible module loader that handles AMD, CommonJS Modules/1.1, CSS, HTML/text, and legacy scripts.

Steal - Universal module loader

  •    Javascript

steal is unique because it can load JavaScript modules defined in ES6, AMD, and CommonJS formats (unlike most other module loaders, which only support one of these formats at a time). In JavaScript, the word "modules" refers to small units of independent, reusable code. They are the foundation of many JavaScript design patterns, and can look like this in ES6.

Webpack - A bundler for javascript and friends

  •    Javascript

Webpack is a module bundler. Its main purpose is to bundle JavaScript files for usage in a browser, yet it is also capable of transforming, bundling, or packaging just about any resource or asset.

webpack-common-shake - CommonJS Tree Shaker plugin for WebPack

  •    Javascript

Please file an issue if anything is broken.See common-shake for abstract bundler-independent implementation.




browserify-shim - 📩 Makes CommonJS incompatible files browserifyable.

  •    Javascript

For a version compatible with browserify@1.x run npm install browserify-shim@1.x instead. For a version compatible with the v2 API npm install browserify-shim@2.x instead.

webpack-library-starter - Webpack based boilerplate for producing libraries (Input: ES6, Output: universal library)

  •    Javascript

Have in mind that you have to build your library before publishing. The files under the lib folder are the ones that should be distributed.

spm - Brand new static package manager.

  •    Javascript

Brand new static package manager for browser. SPM is available under the terms of the MIT License.

madge - Create graphs from your CommonJS, AMD or ES6 module dependencies

  •    Javascript

Madge is a developer tool for generating a visual graph of your module dependencies, finding circular dependencies, and give you other useful info. Joel Kemp's awesome dependency-tree is used for extracting the dependency tree. Read the changelog for latest changes.


splittable - Module bundler with support for code splitting, ES6 & CommonJS modules.

  •    Javascript

Requires java for one dependency to run. It is recommended to run splittable from the root directory of your project.

js-code-to-svg-flowchart - js2flowchart - a visualization library to convert any JavaScript code into beautiful SVG flowchart

  •    Javascript

Why? While I've been working on Under-the-hood-ReactJS I spent enormous amount of time on creating schemes. Each change in code or flowchart affects all entire scheme instantly, forcing you to move and align 'broken pieces'. Just repeated manual work... Imagine a library which takes any JS code and generate SVG flowchart from it, works on client and server. Allows you easily adjust styles scheme for your context or demonstrate your code logic from different abstractions levels. Highlighting, destructing whole blocks, custom modifiers for your needs etc.

Parcel - Blazing fast, zero configuration web application bundler

  •    Javascript

Parcel is a blazing fast zero configuration web application bundler. It automatically transforms modules using Babel, PostCSS, and PostHTML when needed - even node_modules. It has out of the box support for JS, CSS, HTML, file assets, and more - no plugins to install.

pax - The fastest JavaScript bundler in the galaxy.

  •    Rust

The fastest JavaScript bundler in the galaxy. Fully supports ECMAScript module syntax (import/export) in addition to CommonJS require(<string>). Because your bundler is too slow.

minipack - 📦 A simplified example of a modern module bundler written in JavaScript

  •    Javascript

As front-end developers, we spend a lot of time working with tools like Webpack, Browserify, and Parcel. Understanding how those tools work can help us make better decisions on how we write our code. By understanding how our code turns into a bundle and how that bundle looks like we can also debug it better.

es6-module-transpiler - Tomorrow’s JavaScript module syntax today

  •    Javascript

This project is part of esnext, which has merged with Babel. All the features of esnext are supported by Babel, and more. All the tests from esnext have been ported over to Babel to ensure that switchers will have minimal code changes to make. The maintainers of esnext will continue working on Babel to bring better spec compliance, ES6 feature support, and performance. If you want a fast tool with bundling support as found in this project, you should check out Rollup. ES6 Module Transpiler is an experimental compiler that allows you to write your JavaScript using a subset of the ES6 module syntax, and compile it into AMD or CommonJS modules.

js-cookie - A simple, lightweight JavaScript API for handling browser cookies

  •    Javascript

If you're viewing this at https://github.com/js-cookie/js-cookie, you're reading the documentation for the master branch. View documentation for the latest release. Do not include the script directly from GitHub (http://raw.github.com/...). The file is being served as text/plain and as such being blocked in Internet Explorer on Windows 7 for instance (because of the wrong MIME type). Bottom line: GitHub is not a CDN.

esbuild - An extremely fast JavaScript bundler and minifier

  •    Go

The main goal of the esbuild bundler project is to bring about a new era of build tool performance, and create an easy-to-use modern bundler along the way. Check out the getting started instructions if you want to give esbuild a try.

browserify - browser-side require() the node.js way

  •    Javascript

Use a node-style require() to organize your browser code and load modules installed by npm. browserify will recursively analyze all the require() calls in your app in order to build a bundle you can serve up to the browser in a single <script> tag.

reify - Enable ECMAScript 2015 modules in Node today. No caveats. Full stop.

  •    Javascript

Code generated by the reify compiler relies on a simple runtime API that can be explained through a series of examples. While you do not have to write this API by hand, it is designed to be easily human readable and writable, in part because that makes it easier to explain. I will explain the Module.prototype.watch method first, then the Module.prototype.export method after that. Note that this Module is the constructor of the CommonJS module object, and the import and export methods are custom additions to Module.prototype.

bonsai - Understand the tree of dependencies inside your webpack bundles, and trim away the excess.

  •    Javascript

Trim your javascript dependency tree. The quickest way to get started is to generate a Webpack stats file, and then drag and drop it into https://pinterest.github.io/bonsai/analyze.






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