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README.md

webpack

documentation

Introduction

webpack is a bundler for modules. The main purpose is to bundle javascript files for usage in browser.

TL;DR

  • bundles CommonJs, AMD and/or Labeled Modules modules. (even combined)
  • can create a single bundle or a bunch of chunks loaded on demand, to reduce initial loading time.
  • dependencies are resolved while compiling, this makes the runtime very small
  • loader can preprocess files while compiling, i. e. coffee-script to javascript

Check the documentation if you want to know more...

Examples

Take a look at the examples folder.

Features

A small example what's possible

var commonjs = require("./commonjs");
require: "./labeled";
define(["amd-module", "./file"], function(amdModule, file) {
	require(["big-module/big/file"], function(big) {
		// AMD require acts as split point
		// and "big-module/big/file" is only downloaded when requested
		var stuff = require("../my/stuff");
		// dependencies automatically goes in chunk too
	});
});

require("coffee!./cup.coffee");
// The loader syntax allows to proprocess files
// for common stuff you can bind RegExps to loaders
// if you also add ".coffee" to the default extensions
// you can write:
require("./cup");

function loadTemplate(name) {
	return require("./templates/" + name ".jade");
	// dynamic requires are supported
	// while compiling we figure out what can be requested
	// here everything in "./templates" that matches /^.*\.jade$/
	// (can also be in subdirectories)
}

require("imports?_=underscore!../loaders/my-ejs-loader!./template.html");
// you can chain loaders
// you can configure loaders with query parameters
// and loaders resolve similar to modules

// ...you can combine everything
function loadTemplateAsync(name, callback) {
	require(["bundle?lazy!./templates/" + name + ".jade"], function(templateBundle) {
		templateBundle(callback);
	});
}

Documentation

documentation

Tests

You can run the unit tests with npm test. build status

You can run the browser tests:

cd test/browsertests
node build

and open tests.html in browser.

Contribution

You are welcome to contribute by writing issues or pull requests.
It would be nice if you open source your own loaders or webmodules. :)

You are also welcome to correct any spelling mistakes or any language issues, because my english is not perfect...

License

Copyright (c) 2012-2013 Tobias Koppers

MIT (http://www.opensource.org/licenses/mit-license.php)

Dependencies

Dependency Status