These articles give a great introduction to using Browserify.
This document written by @substack covers how to use browserify to build modular applications. Recommended as a starting point.
The basics of writing modules for the browser using node.js core modules and modules from npm.
A great introductory article from Bit.ly engineering about Browserify and how they used it on a recent project.
A straightforward introduction to browserify, including integration with Grunt and Gulp.
A basic introduction to how Browserify does what it does.
Another basic introduction to Browserify and NPM.
A detailed introduction to Browserify and Grunt.js and how to leverage Browserify to write code that runs on Node.js and in the browser.
A very thorough introduction to using npm, Browserify, and Grunt.js.
Slides for introducing front-end people NPM, Browserify and their benefits.
Another great look at the basics of Browserify.
A rundown of projects that have made developing with browserify more accessible and more interesting: requirebin.netlify.app, npmsearch.com, and Browserify CDN.
An awesome look at the possibilities for using Browserify to bundle modules written in AMD, CommonJS/node.js, UMD, ECMAscript 6, and global modules.
Learn about using source maps with Browserify in this article.
Yet another introductory article about Browserify. Covers basic workflow, transforms, source maps, automation, RequireBin, and how to play nice with popular frameworks.
Guide to the use of the Chinese version of the Browserify.
"Along the way, I've learned a lot about the whole Browserify process, some tricks, and some pitfalls."
Using angular.js with browserify is suprisingly straightforward as shown in this post.
Leaflet.js is a great mapping library, and this tutorial shows how you can use it with browserify.
An introduction to using backbone and jquery with browserify.
A good rundown of using Grunt.js with Browserify.
How to start an application with gulp and browserify, including a starter repo
Browserify fits in well with other development tools. Check out some of the ones most commonly used with Browserify.
Beefy is a great tool for running a development server that will automatically reload the browser and serve a newly generated bundle.js file each time you save a project file.
A plugin for using browserify with grunt.
Canvas-based game engine and toolchain optimized for rapid development. Chem uses browserify to compile your code. Check out some of the useful npm packages for games.
Browserify is used primarily with npm. Both of those tools have similar counterparts like Bower and RequireJS. These articles help explain some of the differences.
A thorough explanation of switching from RequireJS to Browserify.
A series of posts exploring package managers for client side code. Includes npm/Browserify.
Exploring the differences between npm, bower, and component.
A comparison of Browserify and Component.
Read the Browserify docs! Also check out the issues.
Part of a larger Node tutorial. Explains how require works and gives examples of how to develop software using Node modules.
To write modules for the browser using Browserify, you'll use the node.js module system, and it's a good idea to check out the code node.js module documentation.
Check out the modules tagged with browserify on npm.
Check out the questions being asked about Browserify on StackOverflow.
Creator of Browserify James Halliday (@substack) gives a rundown of the changes that came through in version 2 of the project.
Eric Elliot recorded this screencast version of a talk he gave about using modules to write JS programs.
A 10 minute screencast to quickly get you bundling with Browserify.
A 10 minute screencast about how to use and write Browserify transforms.
Write unit tests that work in node and the browser.