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Monthly Archives: April 2010

I’m really digging James Burke’s RequireJS library. Love the lazy loading, module separation, dependency management, and build optimization. Not to mention that RequireJS is essentially the loader from Dojo, which has a proven track record among many successful installs.

One of the things I appreciate most is the dictated JS file stucture. Module definitions always follow the same pattern, bringing sanity to a JS development stack.

Sanity — that’s why I need it. Maybe you do too? That is, follow RequireJS as a pattern for both your development and production environments and simply — be DONE with it.

There ya have it. Organization. Performance. Sanity. (Lovely, ain’t it?)

I’d really like to throw together a post with an actual implementation and some code, but I’ll have to settle for a link to James’ page for the time being.

RequireJS: http://requirejs.org/

Good luck — have fun.