Load scripts and run them in a context. For both browsers and node, sync and async.
The main difference between usage in browsers and Node is in initially loading.
// Nodevar loadScript = require('context-loader').loadScript;// Browser<script src="context-loader.js"></script>
Script loading can be done in two ways.
//asynchronous;//synchronousvar compiledScript = ;
If loaded synchronously any errors will be passed back as the result
Once you have the compiled script you can then run it in contexts. State isn't shared inside the script itself so it can be used multiple times in the same or different contexts. In Node, a context is either the global object or a Context object created using the vm module. In the browser a context is either the global object or some other window object like an iframe contentWindow.
// run using the current global contextcompiledScript;// nodevar initializedContext = compiledScript;// browservar initializedContext = compiledScript;
Return value is the context.