A humble little utility for people who use CommonJS "require". It does a few things:
npm install -g bna
To get help
Go to your node projects' root directory (where package.json is), run
This will spit out the npm package dependencies.
Fuse generates a single js file application for application distribution. Send user two files: ./node + myapp.js, instead of ./node + myapp.js +
# generate a single runnable js bna -f bin/myprogram.js Generated myprogram.fused.js # then obfuscate/minify it uglifyjs myprogram.fused.js -c -m > myprogram.fused.min.js
While in development, it's convenient to add file watchers for hot reloading:
bna -f app.js -w
Same idea as browserify or webpack.
If you find this useful, make sure you head to https://marijnhaverbeke.nl/fund/ to make a donation. Facebook should have bankrolled him, as react-native switched to acorn. But until then, let us the 99% support each other.
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