4 strategies for passing parameters to RequireJS modules

Nils Georg Skutle

RequireJS is a great library for managing JavaScript files, modules and the dependencies between them. This post requires (pun intended) some knowledge of the framework. If this is all new to you, point your browser to requirejs.org to find out what all the fuzz is about. Introduction Recently I…

A Comparison of JavaScript IDE's anno 2014

Frode Nilsen

Motivation I am primarily a developer of .NET, but lately I've been working more and more with Javascript and HTML5. Like many of my readers who've also primarily been working with static languages like C# and Java, I also see the trend of applications previously only viable to develop in…

Making RequireJS play nice with ASP.NET MVC

Yngve Bakken Nilsen

Working with web-projects are getting more and more Javascript heavy, and good developers as we are, we cry out for structure! There are several ways of achieving structure when working with Javascript, and in this blogpost we'll look into RequireJS. This is not an in-depth RequireJS tutorial, but we'll touch…