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A sister of bundle-loader with promise API

A sister of promise-loader with promise API

ES6 Promise Loader

Documentation: Using loaders

It only implements so-called lazy bundle-loader mode—that is, require returns a function that, when invoked, returns a promise that resolves to the module.

require: (string) -> () -> Promise<module>

var load = require("es6-promise!./file.js");

// The chunk is not requested until you call the load function
load(namespace).then(function(file) {

});
    module.exports = function (namespace) {
      return new Promise(function (resolve) {
        require.ensure([], function (require) {
          resolve(require('./about/about')[namespace]));
        });
      });
    }

You can optionally specify a name for your chunk after a comma:

var load = require("es6-promise?editor!./editor.js");

This can be useful for single-page apps because you can later extract filenames from Webpack-generated stats and pre-load specific bundles if you know user's going to hit them.

The bundle name may include [filename], which will be replaced with the filename, and [name], which omits the extension. This is useful for when you want to configure loaders in Webpack configuration without specifying precise filenames—for example, by a suffix:

{
  test: /\.i18n\.json$/,
  loader: 'es6-promise?[name].i18n'
}

License

MIT (http://www.opensource.org/licenses/mit-license.php)

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