Understanding and using the Node module system
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Table of Contents
- 1. Foreword
- 2. The source code
- 3. Introduction
- 4. Returning the exported value
- 5. Modules in the browser
6. A Module registry
- 6.0.1 Define and require
- 6.0.2 Using the module system
- 7. Transitive module loading
8. The Node.js module system
- 8.1 Defining a module
- 8.2 Using a module
9. Module types
- 9.1 One function
- 9.2 Singleton object
- 126.96.36.199 Connection-sharing
- 9.3.1 Configuration
- 9.4 Closure-based class
9.5 Prototype-based class
- 9.5.1 State storage
- 9.5.2 Constructor
- 9.5.3 Functions are only declared once.
- 9.5.4 Inheritance
- 9.5.5 Can’t export a base function
- 9.6 Façade module
- 10. Browserify: Node modules in the browser
- 11. Summary
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