RequireJS implements the AMD (Asynchronous Module Definition) spec, which means we can write our own modules and load them with RequireJS, allowing it to manage dependencies for us. var abstractModule Class.extend(.Well explain this with a few examples: Definition in RequireJS. File Name. myplugin/foo. define(function() return function(s) return s.toUpperCase() ) The global define() function is created by the RequireJS library and allows the definition of a module. return ThisClass ) And then when I wanted to include it in some other class Id use the standard RequireJS define/require syntax Loading Knockout.js, a Binding Handler, and a ViewModel class via RequireJs. Documentation on Binding Handlers in general can be found here. Using RequireJS to do asynchronous module loading, there are a few points worth noting: 1. Module definition of two wording. 1. Dependent function definition.
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