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micro-amd

Micro AMD

A tiny, reliable amd module resolver for the browser

usage

var amd = require('micro-amd')
var api = amd({ base: 'http://example.com' })
 
// module definition 
amd.define('noop', [], function callback () {
  return function noop () {}
})
 
// synchronous require 
var noop = require('noop')
// noop() 
 
// asynchronous require 
amd.require(['noop'], function callback (noop) {
  // noop() 
})
 
// require util, submodules 
amd.require(['require', 'module-a/lib/helper'], function callback (require) {
  var helper = require('module-a/lib/helper')
})
 
//anonymous defines 
 
// anon.js 
amd.define(function () {
  return 'boop'
})
 
// consumer 
amd.require('anon', function (anon) {
  console.log(anon) // boop 
})
 
// common.js 
amd.define(['require', 'module', 'exports'], function (require, module, exports) {
  module.exports = 'cjs'
})

run tests

npm test

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