Adds stringify pass-through support to brunch (really useful if you use AMD modules, and you want to load them via text.js).
This means you can have your HTML templates pass through the Brunch pipeline - allowing them to be wrapped in AMD define statements, and combined into a single file.
Install the plugin via npm with
npm install --save html-stringify-brunch.
Or, do manual install by adding
"html-stringify-brunch": "x.y.z" to
package.json of your brunch app.
Example - using templated views with AMD module loader
This example assumes your app is laid out as follows:
app\ assets\ index.html components\ example-component\ view.html viewmodel.js example-component-2\ view.html viewmodel.js styles\ main.css application.js
Note that there is a components folder, containing multiple components. The goal is to have the component html files combined, and wrapped with AMD define statements in a way that text.js can consume.
When configuring your brunch build, do the following:
- In your module definition is set to 'amd'.
- In the files section, add an entry for templates with a joinTo pointed at your component folder.
- In the modules section, set wrapper to a custom function (as shown). Note that in the case of an item existing in our component folder, we use text! in our define statement - allowing text.js to load the module.
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