timecatjs
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1.2.0-alpha.27 • Public • Published

TimeCat

More details to see 🏘️ TimeCat Homepage

Which dist file to use?

From CDN or without a Bundler

  • timecat.global(.prod).js:

    • For direct use via <script src="..."> in the browser. Exposes the TimeCat global.
    • Note that global builds are not UMD builds. They are built as IIFEs and is only meant for direct use via <script src="...">.
    • Contains hard-coded prod/dev branches, and the prod build is pre-minified. Use the *.prod.js files for production.
  • timecat.esm(.prod).js:

    • For usage via native ES modules imports (in browser via <script type="module">.
    • Shares the same runtime compilation, dependency inlining and hard-coded prod/dev behavior with the global build.

With a Bundler

  • timecat.esm.js:

    • For use with bundlers like webpack, rollup and parcel.
    • Leaves prod/dev branches with process.env.NODE_ENV guards (must be replaced by bundler)
    • Does not ship minified builds (to be done together with the rest of the code after bundling)

For Server-Side Rendering

  • timecat.cjs(.prod).js:
    • For use in Node.js server-side rendering via require().
    • If you bundle your app with webpack with target: 'node' this is the build that will be loaded.
    • The dev/prod files are pre-built, but the appropriate file is automatically required based on process.env.NODE_ENV.

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npm i timecatjs

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12

Version

1.2.0-alpha.27

License

GPL-3.0-or-later

Unpacked Size

5.41 MB

Total Files

18

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