resolve like require.resolve() on behalf of files asynchronously and synchronously
Resolve the path of a module like `require.resolve()` but from a given path
shim for require.main.filename() that works in as many environments as possible
Find the module object for something that was require()d
Import a module while bypassing the cache
Recursively iterates over specified directory, require()'ing each file, and returning a nested hash structure containing those modules.
Let a globally installed package use a locally installed version of itself if available
Resolve the path of a module like `require.resolve()` but from the current working directory
The closest you can get to require something with bypassing the require cache
Cache requires to be lazy-loaded when needed.
Check if a protocol requires a certain port number to be added to an URL.
Import a module lazily
Import a module like with `require()` but from a given path
Import a module like with `require()` but from the current working directory
Prepare a node environment to require files with different extensions.
Install a transform to `require.extensions` that always runs last, even if additional extensions are added later.
Node's default require extensions as a separate module
Enforces module path case sensitivity in Webpack
Require a module bypassing the cache
Determine an app's root path from anywhere inside the app