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laravel-elixir-system

laravel-elixir-system

Laravel Elixir extension to transform ES6 modules to System. Inspired by flarum-gulp.

ES6 System Loader Polyfills: SystemJS, ES6 Module Loader or ES6 Micro Loader

Installation

npm install --save-dev laravel-elixir-system

Usage

mix.system(modules, output, baseDir, options)

  • modules - A map of module prefixes to their source files.
  • output - The resulting file to write to. Defaults to public/js/bundle.js.
  • baseDir - The base directory of the source files. Defaults to resources/assets/js.
  • options - An object of options:
    • includeHelpers - Include Babel helpers. Default: false.

Example

Let's say you have an app with some modules for the main component, some for the admin and some that are shared:

.
├── app
|   ├── App.js
|   └── ModuleA.js 
├── admin
|   ├── App.js 
|   └── ModuleB.js
└── lib
    └── ModuleC.js
var elixir = require('laravel-elixir');
 
require('laravel-elixir-system');
 
elixir(function (mix) {
    // App + shared modules 
    mix.system({
        'app': [
            'app/**/*.js',
        ],
        'lib': [
            'lib/**/*.js',
        ],
    }, 'public/js/app.js');
    
    // Admin + shared modules 
    mix.system({
        'admin': [
            'admin/**/*.js',
        ],
        'lib': [
            'lib/**/*.js',
        ],
    }, 'public/js/admin.js');
});

Then using the one of the polyfills:

var App = System.get('app/App').default;
var ModuleA = System.get('app/ModuleA').default;
var ModuleC = System.get('lib/ModuleC').default;
 
var app = new App();
var mA = new ModuleA();
var mC = new ModuleC();

See the example directory for a complete example.