K.Adam White: Modular JavaScript

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July 14, 2014

We’re long past the days where a few lines of JavaScript in a single .js file cut the mustard—modern web applications can involve thousands of lines over hundreds of files, and WordPress themes and plugins are heading in that direction fast. You can make your codebase much easier to maintain and expand by breaking your scripts up into modules, encapsulating different logical units in their own files. Learn several ways to modularize your code, with a focus on AMD and Require.js. And take a quick peek into the future to discover the native module syntax coming in the next version of JavaScript!

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