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AMD is similar to steal in that you define a module using a wrapper function. Unlike steal, modules are defined as an array, like so:

  function(can, _, myModule){
    return can.Component.extend({


Also like Steal, with AMD you define the module's definition by returning a value from the function body. AMD differs in that the module ids you pass in the dependency array must point to a single file, not a folder.

AMD also provides a conventient syntax that can be used rather than providing a dependency array that mimics CommonJS:

define(function(require, exports, module){
  var can = require("can/can");
  var _ = require("underscore/underscore");
  var myModule = require("my_module/my_module");

  return ...
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