Echo JS 0.11.0

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fallanic 986 days ago.
I would like to move away from YepNope (no longer maintained) for one of our projects, but I'm not too sure if there is an existing equivalent.

Basically what I'm looking for :

- Able to load JavaScript AND CSS
- Conditional loading of the files
- JS scripts loading in parallel but executed in the right order
- Callbacks
- Maintained

Yepnope has been a great tool to use, until we started having some issues with it recently.
I'm also open to using two separate loaders (one for JS, the other one for CSS) if they're both good at what they do.

I would love to know what you guys are using in production.

Thanks a lot in advance for your feedback!

plrthink 986 days ago. link 3 points
We are going to use webpack with gulp in our startup company.
I think webpack would meets all your demand.
ahmetabi 985 days ago. link 2 points
Browserify is extremely customizable, and I could make it do anything I needed without any problems. I always hear that Webpack is more capable but I'm afraid that it "packs" in too many features. I played with Webpack for only about an hour, so, I may be wrong about it.
spalger 986 days ago. link 2 points
+1 for webpack, specifically the code splitting/multiple entry points feature.

Relevant features:
 - js/css/rawfile/image loading
 - transpile assets before they are included
   - es6, jsx, less, coffeescript, etc.
 - support for amd, commonjs, es6 modules, and more
TheSisb 985 days ago. link 1 point
We use RequireJS currently.  It works extremely well, but you will need to invest a week or so getting familiar with it.

Would recommend it highly, but if you're starting fresh I'd probably recommend Webpack.