That's right, my entire app JS is in this one file *including @ESRI modules* https://t.co/06S4KCtkuR cc @DavidSpriggs @derekswingley
— Scott Davis (@SThomasDavis) May 21, 2013</p>
The real usefulness in the new AMD build happens when you feed it through the Dojo Build System. The first step is to scrape it to your machine. In order to do this, I needed a list of all of the ESRI modules and other resources like images and .html files. I started with their argument aliases doc and then filled in the gaps by hand. It was easy to see what files I was missing since the build system returns errors for missing dependencies. After I had a good list of files, I used a bash script to pull the files down to my local machine. Here's the script:
The files cannot be fed directly into the build system as is. You'll notice that, in the script above, I had to fix some artifacts from their build (e.g.
After getting the ESRI modules onto your computer, it's just a matter of pointing to them in your build profile and you are good to go.