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getmodule v1.0.0

Include local modules relative to your root path

Get Module

Include local NodeJS modules relative to your root path

Get Module

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NPM

Installation

npm i --save getmodule

Usage

Add getmodule on top of your app.js (or main file of your app):

require( 'getmodule' );

Now, you can call any module based on root path of your application.

If your module is on app/modules/mymodule.js, but you're calling it on the file app/controllers/controller.js; in tradicional mode, you needed to do:

var mymodule = require( '../modules/mymodule' );

But with getmodule, you just need type this:

var mymodule = getmodule( 'app/modules/mymodule' );

Contributing

Check CONTRIBUTING.md

License

MIT License © Fernando Daciuk

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