Building require.js based applications with grunt
Optimize require.js based projects
From the same directory as your project's Gruntfile and package.json, install this plugin with the following command:
npm install grunt-requirejs
Once that's done, add this line to your project's Gruntfile:
Gruntfile.js file add a section named
requirejs. This section specifies the options passed to RequireJS Optimizer.
This controls how this task (and its helpers) operate and should contain key:value pairs, see options below.
For a full list of possible options, see the r.js example build file.
Example require js optimizer config entry:
requirejs:compile:options:baseUrl: "path/to/base"mainConfigFile: "path/to/config.js"out: "path/to/optimized.js"
There is no difference between declaring your require config in your Gruntfile and using a separate requirejs config file.
Note: Minification via Closure Compiler is not supported! You can, however, use grunt-closure-compiler as a separate build step after grunt-requirejs.
grunt-requirejs is capable of replacing require.js with almond.js automatically
For more infos please take a look at the Almond Integration document
grunt-requirejs lets you specify a custom r.js for your build
For more infos please take a look at the Using Custom r.js versions document
grunt-requirejs can generate sourcemaps when using the r.js v2.1.2 or higher
For more infos please take a look at the Using Source Maps document
There are some project & configuration examples to get you started:
Check the Changleog for more information
If you like to file an issue or submit a pull request, please check the contributing guidelines
Check the AUTHORS File for more information
Copyright (c) 2012 Sebastian Golasch Licensed under the MIT license.