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partialify

3.1.6 • Public • Published

partialify

require() file contents of HTML, CSS and (potentially) more into a variable as a string.

Supports HTML and CSS out of the box, enabling code like this.

var html = require('./some.html'),
    css = require('./some.css');

To use, specify as a Browserify transform in your package.json or programmatically like so:

var b = require('browserify')(),
    fs = require('fs'),
    p = require('partialify');
 
b.add('./entry.js');
b.transform(p);
b.bundle().pipe(fs.createWriteStream('./bundle.js'));

To support other file types use the custom version. You can either augment the default supported file types or specify a completely custom list.

var b = require('browserify')(),
    fs = require('fs'),
    p = require('partialify/custom');
 
b.add('./entry.js');
 
b.transform(p.alsoAllow('xml'));
// or
b.transform(p.alsoAllow(['xml', 'csv']));
// or
b.transform(p.onlyAllow(['xml', 'csv']));
 
b.bundle().pipe(fs.createWriteStream('./bundle.js'));

Customizing from the CLI

browserify index.js -t [ partialify --alsoAllow svg --alsoAllow xml ] -o bundle.js

browserify index.js -t [ partialify --onlyAllow svg --onlyAllow tsv ] -o bundle.js

install

npm i partialify

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6,560

version

3.1.6

license

MIT

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repository

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