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What is Browserify ?

Browserify (in the simplest use case) looks at a single JavaScript file, and follows the require dependency tree, and bundles them into a new file. It does this using the Common JS require pattern, just like Node, and enables you to require packages installed via NPM

Browserify allows us to use node.js style modules in the browser. We define dependencies and then Browserify bundles it all up into a single neat and tidy JavaScript file. You include your required JavaScript files using require('./yourfancyJSfile.js') statements and can also import publicly available modules from npm.

Browserify will recursively analyze all the require() calls in your app in order to build a bundle you can serve up to the browser in a single <script> tag.

Browserify lets you require('modules') in the browser by bundling up all of your dependencies.

Npm Install Syntax:

npm install -g browserify

View more about browserify - http://browserify.org/

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posted Nov 3, 2016 by Parampreet Kaur

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