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JS: require() other resources, including classes.

Discussion in 'Libraries/Wrappers/Web' started by Katalina, May 24, 2017.

  1. Katalina

    Katalina Member Developer

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    May 14, 2017

    The README goes into more details, but this function does two things:
    1. Allows you to load classes and variables (given some setup) from other JS files. Not possible otherwise...
    2. Allows you to easily address other resources's JS files.
    This semi-emulates node.js's require() function; however, due to loads of limitations in the API, it cannot do relative paths, but does employ caching for speed.

    Example using a personal library.
    let Rect
    let helloWorld
    API.onResourceStart.connect(() => {
        const { require } = exported.require.require
        Rect = require('@/liberty/uikit').Rect
        helloWorld = new Rect({ x: 0, y: 0, w: 100, h: 100 })
    API.onUpdate.connect(() => {
    There's still some rough edges, however this has already proven useful to me (i really like "new Rect(...)" vs "createRect", this is 2017 and that stuff was fine 3 years ago and no sooner.)

    I know the exported.require.require.require incantation is f-ing ridiculous. This is another reason to use this.

    See an issue? Did I miss X feature? Drop an issue at https://github.com/kayteh/require/issues/new
    Last edited: May 24, 2017
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