resolve like require.resolve() on behalf of files asynchronously and synchronously
browser-side require() the node way
find all require() calls by walking the AST
Proxies nodejs require in order to allow overriding dependencies during testing.
Check if a protocol requires a certain port number to be added to an URL.
Let a globally installed package use a locally installed version of itself if available
Additional ESLint's rules for Node.js
walk the dependency graph to generate json output that can be fed into browser-pack
Resolve the path of a module like `require.resolve()` but from a given path
Enforces module path case sensitivity in Webpack
Resolve the path of a module like `require.resolve()` but from the current working directory
Import a module like with `require()` but from the current working directory
Import a module like with `require()` but from a given path
pack node-style source files from a json stream into a browser bundle
decache (Delete Cache) lets you delete modules from node.js require() cache; useful when testing your modules/projects.
Automatically load any gulp plugins in your package.json
Import a module while bypassing the cache
Import a module lazily
Determine an app's root path from anywhere inside the app
Write minimal node index.js files that require and export siblings by file basename
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