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figify

0.1.4 • Public • Published

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fig.js browserify transform

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introduction

Unlike some other ehm... good frameworks, all components in fig have to be compiled in order for fig.js to digest them correctly. This limitation is posed due to the fact that packing the whole pug library into a browser package is damn non-sensical considering how much it weights by itself (minified or not), increasing the size of fig.js by two orders of magnitude (rough estimate). If you already know how to use browserify, just use figify as a transform.

Figify attempts to transform all files you require in your app that end in .pug or .fig into modules that export a compiled fig component.

usage

cli

browserify <input> -t figify -o <output>

api

const browserify = require('browserify')
const figify = require('figify')
 
const b = browserify('main.js')
b.transform(figify)
 
b.bundle().pipe(process.stdout)

install

npm install figify --save

license

MIT

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0.1.4

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