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    browserify-expresspublic

    browserify v2 middleware for express

    Basically just brings back the features that were originally in browserify v1

    This is how you use it in an Express project.

    var browserify_express = require('browserify-express');
    var bundle = browserify_express({
        entry: __dirname + '/app/js/entry.js',
        watch: __dirname + '/app/js/',
        mount: '/js/myapp.js',
        verbose: true,
        minify: true,
        bundle_opts: { debug: true } // enable inline sourcemap on js files  
        write_file: __dirname + '/public/js/myapp.js',
        ignore: ['optional.js'] // optional array of files to ignore 
    });
     
    app.use(bundle);

    In this example:

    • watch for changes to files in the directory defined in watch, this can also just watch a single file.
    • make the bundle accessible at '/js/myapp.js'
    • minify the bundle using uglify-js2
    • print messages to the console to show re-bundling and times
    • pass opts.debug to browserify.bundle
    • pass recursive:false to node-watch (see all options for node-watch)
    • write the file to disk at the specified path

    using coffee-script

    This is supported by default however all your require()'s must include the .coffee extensions, it will not pick it up by default.

    e.g. require('../views/pop.coffee')

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    install

    npm i browserify-express

    Downloadsweekly downloads

    62

    version

    0.1.4

    license

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    repository

    github.com

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