app-root3.0.0 • Public • Published
Returns a list of application entry points for front-end applications (JS and Sass).
npm install app-root
An entry point (i.e., root) is a file that no other file requires/imports.
Works with AMD, CommonJS, ES6, and SASS apps.
This library is particularly useful for automatically deducing the entry point for r.js or browserify configurations as done in YA.
A directory may have many roots. This is true if you have multiple apps within a single directory or if your app uses a multi-bundle architecture (where each page on your site has its own JS app).
var getAppRoot = ;// Find the application roots within the js folder;
With configurable options:
ignoreDirectories: list of directory names (strings or regex) to ignore
ignoreFiles: list of file names (strings or regex) to ignore
includeNoDependencyModules: (default false) Whether or not to include, as potential roots, modules that have no dependencies
config: path to your module loader configuration (for resolving aliased module paths)
Or via a shell command
directoryis the directory containing roots you'd like to identify