Browserify is a tool that allows you to use the Node.js require() function in the browser, enabling you to include all the resources from the NPM ecosystem in the client-side code.
It parses the AST for require() calls to traverse the entire dependency graph of your project
, and builds a bundle that can be served up to the browser in a single <script> tag.
To get started with Browserify, check out the Browserify handbook and the resources on Browserify.org.
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Browserify lets you use require in the browser, the same way you'd use it in Node. It's not just syntactic sugar for loading scripts on the client. It's a tool that brings all the resources NPM ecosystem off of the server, and into the client.
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Learn to use browserify for bundling dependencies for the browser. Last updated January 3, 2017 â¢ sethvincent #browserify
Browserify is incredibly popular these days, and rightfully so. In this article we'll look at the basics of how it works.
How Browserify Works