How do I require all files in a folder in node.js?  need something like:  files.forEach(function (v,k){   // require routes   require('./routes/'+v); }};...
Are there any libraries for in-browser javascript that provide the same flexibility/modularity/ease of use as Node's require?  To provide more detail: the reason require is so good is that it:   Allows code to be dynamically loaded from other l...
OK, i have searched high and low but cannot reliably deterrmine if this is or is not possible with webpack.  https://github.com/webpack/webpack/tree/master/examples/require.context Appears to indicate that one can pass a string to a function and it...
When you make a project with the Meteor framework, it packages all the files together, but there doesn't seem to be a way to explicitly say "I want this file to be loaded before that one".  Let's say, for example, I have 2 javascrip...
I am trying to require a file and afterwards pass it to a var. I am following this tutorial to create a authentication system. After writing the server.js file and trying to compile I got a bson error therefore I changed the line that required the re...
Are there any projects that used node.js and closure-compiler (CC for short) together?  The official CC recommendation is to compile all code for an application together, but when I compile some simple node.js code which contains a require("./MyL...
I don't have a handle on when to use require('jslib') versus <script src=""></script> in Electron content pages (e.g. index.html). With jQuery, I discovered that it needs to be loaded as follows:  <script>window....
I'm trying to get require.js to load modules on the server-side with Java 6 and Rhino.  I'm able to load require.js itself just fine. Rhino can see the require() function. I can tell because Rhino complains that it can't find the function...
I have the following code snippet and it works in its context.  "use strict";  require('chromedriver'); var selenium = require('selenium-webdriver'); var driver = new selenium.Builder()   .forBrowser('chrome')   .build...
I have the situation where i need access to multiple directive controller methods.  I can access a method from a parent directive using the require like so:      require:"^parentDirective"   but I also need to access a method within a seperat...

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