Shepherd is a polyfill for the new module syntax coming in ECMAScript:Harmony.
Shepherd enables the Harmony modules syntax in engines that don't support it yet. ES:Harmony:modules compatible files can not be parsed on non ES6-enabled engines, unless using a polyfill such as Shepherd.
- is cross-side, which means it works well in the browser and in the server
- has a ECMAScript Harmony compatible syntax
- Ennables files/libraries you can not modify (eg, jQuery from a CDN) to be declared as modules
- Provides an optimizer + minifier (using UglifyJS for production
You can join me:
Shepherd uses a number of excellent third-party software. Here's an exhaustive list:
- when.js, a Promises/A compliant library. Used to handle dependencies and async operations
- UglifyJS used in the build process for target generation and minification. Also used in the optimizer
- node-optimist for parsing command-line parameters in the optimizer
Many thanks to the authors, your work is incredible, your contribution invaluable!!
And last but not least: