You leverage require-sweeten like any other require.js plugin! Simply place "sweeten!" before your dependency path, make sure to leave off the file extension.
You can also see the "example" folder, where require-sweet is being used to run a few macros.
npm install && grunt build
This project leverages git submodules to embed the sweet.js project. This allows us to automate the build for a new version of the plugin as the sweet.js project moves forward. We leverage grunt to build the plugin.
- Name: Merrick Christensen
- Twitter: @iammerrick
Available via the MIT or new BSD license.