While looking at code on github, I found the following:  (function() {  }).call(this);   This is clearly a self invoking anonymous function. But why is it written this way? I'm used to seeing the canonical variant (function() {})().  Is there a...
I have a script I am requiring from a Node.js script, which I want to keep JavaScript engine independent.  For example, I want to do exports.x = y; only if it’s running under Node.js. How can I perform this test?    When posting this question, I...
WebStorm does a very good job of resolving functions which are returned from CommonJS modules as methods (and reads JsDoc associated with them), like for instance:  // utils/valid.js /**  * Returns true no matter what.  * @param {HTMLElement} element...
I am using the following closure pattern to modularise my code:  (function(root) {   // MODULE CODE HERE    if (typeof module !== 'undefined' && module.exports) { // CommonJS      /* var dependencies = require(...) */     module.expor...
My situation  I'm checking out spine.js for a web application I'm thinking of writing. I've read all the documentation and gone through all the examples. Now I'm trying to run the spine.contacts example project on my own Windows 7 lap...
I tried a ton of checks. This definitely is an anomaly. I have an Angular 2 service that loads a @type definition (typescript 2) which in turn loads a commmon.js module (visionmedia/debug). Inside the common.js module I have a simple if statement tha...
I'm not able to get TweeLite to work with browserify. I'm an extreme noob when it comes to CommonJS.  I've installed gasp v1.13.2 using Bower and include it like this:  var TweenLite = require("../../bower_components/gsap/src/minified...
I write a module in nodejs ,which Test.js ,code blow  function Test() {     this.key = 'value'; } Test.prototype.foo = function () { return 'foo'; } module.exports = Test;   and then, in B.js  var Test = require('./services/Test&#...
I'm trying to pull an entire module into the current scope of another file after a require call.  For instance if my module looks like this:  exports.chai = require "chai" exports.mocha = require "mocha" exports.Q = require "q...
The title seems confusing but I'll give an example.  Let's say I create a module that uses ES6 that runs in the browser, so I use browserify with babelify to build everything.  Now I want to include that same module in a project that uses bro...

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