Using RequireJS for building component-based JavaScript applications

A session at jQuery Europe 2013

Friday 22nd February, 2013

12:00pm to 12:45pm (CET)

For building the TYPO3 Neos User Interface, we've used a wide variety of frameworks and technologies. Besides jQuery and EmberJS at its core, we also use jQuery UI and a number of frameworks for in-page content editing such as VIE, CreateJS and Aloha.

For managing this number of external dependencies, we soon started to embrace RequireJS as dependency management solution. However, during implementation, it turns out that some problems such as multiple jQuery versions, external non-AMD code, importing complete requireJS applications or debugging loading-order issues are non-trivial to solve.

In this talk, you will get an overview about these problems, together with the solutions we found for them, as these are applicable for many big JavaScript projects.

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Sebastian Kurfürst

Consultant | Web Developer | TYPO3 Core Developer | sandstorm|media

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jQuery Europe 2013

Austria Austria, Vienna

22nd23rd February 2013

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Time 12:00pm12:45pm CET

Date Fri 22nd February 2013

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