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UMD


DESCRIPTION:

This repository formalizes the design and implementation of the Universal Module Definition (UMD) API for JavaScript modules. These are modules which are capable of working everywhere, be it in the client, on the server or elsewhere. The UMD pattern typically attempts to offer compatibility with the most popular script loaders of the day (e.g RequireJS amongst others). In many cases it uses AMD as a base, with special-casing added to handle CommonJS compatibility.



Features

  • Defines a module that works with AMD and browser globals
  • Defines a module that works in Node, AMD and browser globals
  • Defines a module that works with more CommonJS runtimes
  • Defines a jQuery plugin that works with AMD and browser globals
  • The UMD pattern typically attempts to offer compatibility with the most popular script loaders
  • Capable of working everywhere, be it in the client, on the server or elsewhere


Programming Language

JavaScript



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