Here’s the Deal
Slant is powered by a community that helps you make informed decisions. Tell us what you’re passionate about to get your personalized feed and help others.
Very reliable recommendations on what to buyWe built an AI that analyses the same product data you would yourself: price drops, expert reviews, user reviews, what Reddit thinks & more.
Plugs right into Amazon to save you moneyIt works as a Chrome extension, so instead of seeing the crappy sponsored products on Amazon, you can see what's actually a good use of your money.
Interested in promoting your product? Contact us
RequireJS was good, but SystemJS was a lot better. See More
Luiz Barni's Experience
The RequireJS module loader is extremely well documented. So no matter whether you're a pro at JS based web development or just a newbie, you will find the documentation very helpful whenever you're stuck or just starting out. Everything is well-defined and logically placed in proper sections in a manner such that it is very easy to understand. See More
RequireJS is awesome for bundling and managing dependencies in an async manner. But the server-side needs neither of this killer features. Because of this it's not as good if you're building a library that should work on both client and server (i.e. PouchDB). See More
One of the best advantages of RequireJS over Browserify is that you don't need a nodejs environment to get started. Just "require" your dependencies and it takes care of loading them. By contrast, Browserify requires a running NodeJS implementation so you can build your one monolithic file, then you can push the file to your static web server. See More
It's the one of the few modules in this category that can handle IOC-style dependency injection. The others work well for apps that have knowable dependency lists at compile time, but this is the only one that can load new modules without being recompiled. See More
Loading is dealt with via handlers that are themselves modules (dynamically loaded and cached). Qoopido.demand comes with support for its own module format built-in and offers handlers for css, json and text. Due to handlersbeing modules themselves it is really easy to write custom handlers. See More
It's the one of the few modules in this category that can handle IOC-style dependency injection. The others work well for apps that have knowable dependency lists at compile time, but this is one of the few that can load new modules without being recompiled. See More
Cookie support within Qoopido.demand can be enabled globally or per module. Whenever the localStorage cache for a module changes an accompanying cookie gets updated/deleted so the server can handle the clients module caching state and, e.g., inline modules as long as the client das not have them in localStorage. See More