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how to use node js module system on the clientside

how to use node js module system on the clientside  using -'javascript,node.js'

I would like to use the CommonJS module system in a clientside javascript application. I chose nodejs as implementation but can't find any tutorial or docs on how to use nodejs clientside, ie without using node application.js

I included node.js like this in my html page:

<script type="text/javascript" src="node.js"></script>

Note that I didn't make nodejs on my local machine, I'm on Windows anyway (I'm aware of the Cygwin option).
When I want to use the require function in my own javascript it says it's undefined.

var logger = require('./logger');

My question is, is it possible to use nodejs like this?

asked Sep 18, 2015 by jekbishnoi
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From the module description:


Browser-side require() for your node modules and npm packages**

Browserify bundles everything ahead-of-time at the mount point you specify. None of this ajaxy module loading business.

More features:

  • recursively bundle dependencies of npm modules
  • uses es5-shim for browsers that suck
  • filters for {min,ugl}ification
  • coffee script works too!
answered Sep 18, 2015 by mannar kande
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If you'd like to write code for browser with same style modules as you do for Node.js, try Webmake. Take a look also at simple prototype of application build that way: SoundCloud Playlist Manager

answered Sep 18, 2015 by devkumargupta