Require stylesheets and inject them to html as link tag with browserify

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I wanna try using browserify for building my projects. It looks pretty cool that I can require js files using relative paths, then bundle and minify that files alltogether. But it remains unclear to me yet, if I can automatically add that bundle to html as

<script src=".../.../bundle.min.js"></script>

And, if I can do a similar trick with css - somehow require css files, including vendor ones, bundle and minify that files and inject that bundled css to html head as <link> tag, not <style>.

Is that possible? If so how? Or, maybe such an idea itself is just a misunderstanding of how projects should be built? If so, where am I mistaking?

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You should check browserify-css It allows the minification, inserting in another bundle css file.
But the main function of browserify is to build the JavaScript files into a single main one, but not css processing. It just is not created for css.

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