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Support Node, Deno, Browser in the same repo

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  • Share most of the code: We don’t need to update the same code multiple times.
  • Concentrated community: The same problem may occur on different platforms (because they almost use the same code). It is more convenient to discuss in the same repo.


First, we should strip out code that only uses javascript. (no dom API, no node API…) Then write platform-specific code in their respective folders. Finally, use a unified entry to dynamically load module according to the user’s platform. (For Deno, we can export esmodule and then import it through pika’s cdn)

To do all of the above, we can rename the repo to casbin.js

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  • State:closed
  • Created 3 years ago
  • Comments:14 (10 by maintainers)

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hsluoyzcommented, Jan 12, 2021

@fgblomqvist yes, we use Node-Casbin to power the online editor:

nodececommented, Oct 5, 2021

@transtone I made a PR for casbin.js:, this PR for deno prepare, could you review this PR?

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