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Update docs for latest RequireJS

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1 parent 1e3dbf5 commit c95e7034db5159b6763c315fb04d5f0ddfb78d80 @kriszyp kriszyp committed May 22, 2010
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@@ -17,14 +17,13 @@ To use transporter, include the appliance in your JSGI stack: = Transporter();
Now you can use a client side module loader like require.js to load your modules (of
-course you should actually download require.js and transportD.js for local access):
+course you should actually download transportD-require.js for local access):
// Configure RequireJS
require = {baseUrl: "lib/"};
- <script src=""></script>
- <script src=""></script>
+ <script src=""></script>
<script src="my-module.js"></script>
If my-module.js requires other modules (using a require call), these modules will
@@ -36,7 +35,7 @@ requires all of them, and load it with a script tag.
We can also specify a set of modules with the path we provide to the script tag. The
module names can be comma separated:
- <script src="require.js,module-a.js,module-b.js"></script>
+ <script src="transportD-require.js,module-a.js,module-b.js"></script>
Dependency Control
@@ -112,3 +111,19 @@ own copy):
<script src="lib/my-module.js"></script>
+Including Module Loader
+If two requests for modules (one for the module loader and one for the actual module)
+is too many, we can actually include require.js or yabble.js in our module. For example:
+ my-module.js:
+ require("require"); // this will cause require.js to be included
+ require("module-a");
+ require("module-b");
+Now we can simply include a single script tag, and require.js, module-a.js, and
+module-b.js (and any dependencies they have) will be included in the response for

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