You can clone with
HTTPS or Subversion.
Browserify can reuse many server-side modules in browsers,
but things like jQuery are not good tools at backend.
I'm not supposing to search for that with npm search color-picker | grep browserify.
So I think we need a list to mark all available Browserify modules.
Just like: http://component.io/ and https://github.com/joyent/node/wiki/modules
Racher than: http://eirikb.github.com/nipster/#-browserify
npm search color-picker | grep browserify
You can use non-CommonJS modules with browserify via https://github.com/thlorenz/browserify-shim
@andreypopp Looks nice! It took me some minutes to understand how to use it.
If there's already a module, I would prefer that module, though.
Hmm, you could probably detect this statically, check whether a module uses http.createServer, etc or other core modules that are not available in a browser.
This feature would be good to have but is outside the scope of this particular repo.