Here is a list of interesting resources that I came across.
In order to get a refresher/introduction to RequireJS, I found Rob Dodson's RequireJS -- Embracing the Awesomeness of Asynchronous Modules quite nice:
Thomas Burleson's Angular and RequireJS from ng-conf 2014 was high on my consumption list. I think his explanation of how RequireJS relates to AngularJS was perfect.
code example was a tad on the complex side, though (Meaning I may need to revisit it ;-). For practical purposes, I then discovered Burke Holland's Requiring vs Browserifying Angular which I think is the nicest tutorial I came across:
One challenge I came across this morning for example, is to make angular-masonry work with RequireJS. I was able to solve that challenge using this Stackoverflow posting:
When looking at modules, it does not take long to come across ES6 Modules, the next hot thing coming our way as part of ECMAScript 6 (see Using ECMAScript 6 today)
First I watched Browser Package Management (by Guy Bedford):
Another good video was Guy Bedford's talk: Package Management for ES6 Modules from JSConf2014:
What was interesting to learn, is that with SPDY, the bundling of web-resources won't be necessary anymore (eventually). See Multiplexing with SPDY and HTTP/2 for explanations: