You can customize your sheetsee.js build with just the parts you want to use. If you want to just use the full version, you can grab it here at github.com/jlord/sheetsee.js.

All bundle comes with mapbox.js and handlebars.js (since both are available on NPM). Additionally you'll need to also include tabletop.js and jQuery in your HTML head like so:

<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.0.3/jquery.min.js"></script>
<script src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/tabletop.js/1.1.0/tabletop.min.js"></script>

To build your Sheetsee you'll need Node.js and NPM (the latter comes with the former in most installs) on your computer and a command line.

Get Node/NPM

Download Node.js from nodejs.org/download. For most users you can just download the Mac .pkg or Windows .msi. Follow the install instructions, both include NPM. Once they're installed, proceed:

Install sheetsee from NPM

The sheetsee (with no '.js') module is the tool for building custom Sheetsee.js builds. Install sheetsee globally and then run it within the folder of your soon-to-be sheetsee.js project.

Install globally

npm install -g sheetsee

Run from within a project folder

sheetsee [options]

Here are the options for the different modules. If you want save the generated file as sheetsee.js then add the --save option.

* otherwise, defaults to standardout on your console which you can | pbcopy

So for instance, sheetsee -m -t --save will build you a Sheetsee.js with the basic data functions, the map and tables sections built in and save it as a file named sheetsee.js. Running sheetsee -m -t | pbcopy will save the output to your clipboard.