An NPM package to help you automate the process of building your custom version of jQuery.
Just Install it using npm
npm install jquery-auto-builder
Then, you can simply use the command-line tool to build your custom version of jquery.
jquery-auto-builder [filename, filename,...] [options]
filename is the name of the file where you have your jquery code. jQuery Auto Builder will read your file and build a dry version of jQuery with only the modules you need to run your code.
-o-- the name of the output jquery file. By default, jQuery Auto Builder will save a file named jquery.custom.min.js or jquery.custom.js on the current directory. This option does not force directory creation.
-d-- build jquery in developer mode. By default, jQuery Auto Builder builds a minified version of jQuery.
-v-- Choose the version of jQuery you want to build. JQuery Auto Builder only builds the latest stable version of jQuery 1.* and 2.*. Current possible values are:
1-- Builds jQuery v.1.11.1
2-- Builds jQuery v.2.1.1
Building a minified version of jQuery 2.1.1 based on the file
main.js, where all your jQuery code lives. Simply run:
A file called jquery.custom.min.js will be created on your current dir with your custom jQuery.
If you wanted a developer version of jQuery 1.11.1 built, based on 3 different files, and the output to have a different name, then you would run:
jquery-auto-builder main-1.js main-2.js, main-3.js -d -v 1 -o dist/jquery.dev.dry.js
A file named
jquery.dev.dry.js would be created on your
dist (should exist before you run the command) folder with a developer dry version of jQuery v.1.11.1.
Any kind of support and feedback will be of great help.
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