Loading Your Own or Other RequireJS Modules

In case you use the ready event, you may wonder how to use the module. Answer: it depends! If you use Fluid’s f:be.pageRenderer view helper add the argument includeRequireJsModules :

<f:be.pageRenderer includeRequireJsModules="{
   0:'TYPO3/CMS/FooBar/Wisdom'
}" />

However, if you don’t use Fluid you may use PageRenderer in e.g ext_localconf.php :

if (TYPO3_MODE=="BE" )   {
   $pageRenderer = \TYPO3\CMS\Core\Utility\GeneralUtility::makeInstance(\TYPO3\CMS\Core\Page\PageRenderer::class);
   $pageRenderer->loadRequireJsModule('TYPO3/CMS/FooBar/MyMagicModule');
}

Bonus : loadRequireJsModule takes a second argument $callBackFunction which is executed right after the module was loaded. The callback function must be wrapped within function() {} :

$pageRenderer->loadRequireJsModule(
   'TYPO3/CMS/FooBar/MyMagicModule',
   'function() { console.log("Loaded own module."); }'
);