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    serve-browserify

    dependency status

    HTTP handler for serving browserify bundles

    Example

    var http = require("http")
    var path = require("path")
    // Simple http router
    var Router = require("routes-router")
    // Simple static file server
    var ecstatic = require("ecstatic")
     
    var ServeBrowserify = require("serve-browserify")
     
    var router = Router()
     
    // ServeBrowserify(opts) returns a http handler
    // to server browserified bundles. The suggestion is to
    // server /browserify/foo as /browser/foo/index.js or
    // /browserify/bar as /browser/bar.js
    // also /browserify/x/y as /browser/x/y.js
    router.addRoute("/browserify/*", ServeBrowserify({
        root: path.join(__dirname, "browser"),
        base: "/browserify"
    }))
    // static server to serve html page for example
    router.addRoute("/", ecstatic({
        root: path.join(__dirname, "static"),
        autoIndex: true
    }))
     
    var server = http.createServer(router)
     
    server.listen(9024, function () {
        console.log("demo server listening on port 9024")
    })

    Documentation

    ServeJavascript(opts?)

    type RequestHandler := (req: HttpRequest, res: HttpResponse)
     
    serve-browserify := ({
        root: String,
        base: String?,
        cache: Boolean?,
        gzip: Boolean?,
        cacheControl: String?,
        debug: Boolean?
    }) => RequestHandler

    ServeJavascript returns a function when given a root and opts will serve javascript files through browserify

    Valid options are:

    • root: The root folder location where it should look for javascript files to browserify & serve
    • base: The base HTTP path where you are serving your assets from. This is only needed if you want to serve nested files
    • cache: This will cache if enabled, which means every location browserify bundle get's cached after initial compilation. This also enables ETag's & HTTP caching
    • gzip: This will enable gzipping the bundle and sending it as gzip'd encoded data to browsers if their accept-encoding matches
    • cacheControl: This is a string you can set for the cache control header. It defaults to 'max-age=300, must-revalidate'
    • debug: This is an option passed to browserify, when debug is set, browserify will embed source maps. Disable this in production to decrease file size

    Cli

    See serve-browserify --help

    Installation

    npm install serve-browserify

    Contributors

    • Raynos

    MIT Licenced

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    install

    npm i serve-browserify

    Downloadsweekly downloads

    23

    version

    1.1.0

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