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Stefan Prodan

DevOps Consultant. DX at Weaveworks. Passionate about Cloud Native tech. Loves programming in Go and building Kubernetes operators.

RequireJS.NET v2.0

It’s been two years since my first attempt to integrate RequireJS with ASP.NET MVC. Being my first open-source project it was fun and challenging. Version 2.0, developed and maintained by VeriTech, comes with new features and major improvements especially to the bundling component.

Change log

  • new JSON config format compatible with require.js configuration object, the XML format from v1.x is deprecated
  • passing values between ASP.NET and JavaScript done via a global filter (RequireOptionFilter), the RequireController is no longer need and has been removed
  • breaking changes in RenderRequireJsSetup HTML helper, it takes a single argument of type RequireRendererConfiguration
  • auto bundling capabilities
  • compressor and config parser refactoring
  • export .resx files to JavaScript in i18n format (MsBuild task)
  • project website with updated tutorials
  • up-to-date documentation wiki
  • various bug fixes

Upgrade from v1.x

If you are currently using RequireJS.NET v1.x be aware that v2 introduced breaking changes, please follow the upgrade guide.

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