Browserify lets you modularize your code for the browser the same way you do for Node.js. This allows for tiny modules of code to be written that does 1 thing and 1 thing well — the essence of Unix philosophy. Synchronous dependencies are ok on the server-side but not ok for the browser. Browserify gives you the same type of require method control as Node.js. Browserify parses the AST for require() calls to traverse the entire dependency graph of your project.

When: Thursday, April 24, 2014 7:00pm

Where: HI Capacity (in the Box Jelly), 307a Kamani Street Honolulu, 96813. (Please park on Ward Ave, Kamani street, or surrounding street parking).

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James Wang

James Wang is the CEO and Principal Software Engineer of Slickage, a Honolulu based software engineering firm. He is also a co-founder of HI Capacity, a hackerspace in Honolulu formed in 2011. When hacking he enjoys the intricacies of large scale systems all the way up to the response times of beautiful user interfaces. When James is not coding he engages in competitive fighting games and competes in tournaments across the US.