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NAME

     umd — Universal Module Definition for use in automated build systems

SYNOPSIS

     umd [-c] name

DESCRIPTION

     umd (Universal Module Definition) is a common pattern used in javascript programming
     allowing one to write once a loader working in different context (server, browser). This
     loader is compatible with different API like RequireJS, AMD  or CommonJs.  This command
     provides simple synchronous wrapping of a string, return style module support, CommonJS
     support and support preventing internal UMDs from conflicting.  Required parameter name is
     used for exporting module.

OPTIONS

     -c, --commonJS
              Use CommonJS module format

EXAMPLES

     umd -c my-module < my-module.js > my-module.umd
     cat my-module.js | umd my-module | uglifyjs > my-module.umd.min.js

SEE ALSO

     nodejs(1)

                                           July 4, 2019