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Awesome Browserify Awesome

:crystal_ball: A curated list of awesome Browserify resources, libraries, and tools.

Please help improve this list by contributing!



Browserify lets you require('modules') in the browser by bundling up all of your dependencies.

You can use a node-style require() to organize your browser code and load modules installed by npm. Browserify will recursively analyze all the require() calls in your app in order to build a bundle you can serve up to the browser in a single <script> tag.

Official Resources

Community Resources






Development Servers

  • budo - Dev server for rapid prototyping.
  • beefy - Local development server that aims to make using browserify fast and fun.
  • wzrd - Super minimal browserify development server.



  • watchify - Watch mode for browserify builds.
  • persistify - Wrapper around browserify to make incremental builds.

CSS bundlers

  • sheetify - Modular CSS bundler for browserify.
  • parcelify - Add css to your npm modules consumed with browserify.
  • css-modulesify - Browserify plugin to load CSS Modules.


  • babelify - Browserify transform for babel.
  • aliasify - Remap require calls at build time.
  • brfs - fs.readFileSync() and fs.readFile() static asset browserify transform.

Node in the Browser

  • crypto-browserify - Port of node’s crypto module to the browser.
  • stream-browserify - The stream module from node core, for browsers!
  • buffer - The buffer module from node.js, for the browser.
  • requirebin - Write browser JavaScript programs using modules from NPM.

Production Tools

  • - Browserify CDN. Browserify-as-a-Service!
  • bankai - DIY asset server. Serves HTML, CSS and JS as streams.


Contributions welcome! Please read the contributing guidelines before getting started.


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