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sevcsik/nodejs-angularjs-common-modules.md Last active Mar 21, 2016

  • // the wrapper function returns the contents of your module,
  • Since you’d need the isAngular branch and the isNode branch anyway, and you’d also need the wrapper function on the front-end, there’s only 4 additional lines needed make your module compatible with both -ends.
  • ( function ( isNode , isAngular ){ // this gets resolved at the bottom of the function before it’s called })( typeof module !

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They say that one of the pros of NodeJS is that you use the same language on the back-end and the front-end, so it’s easy to share code between them. This sounds great in theory, but in practice the synchronous dependency handling in NodeJS works completely different than any client-side frameworks (which are asynchronous).


sevcsik/nodejs-angularjs-common-modules.md Last active Mar 21, 2016

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