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vue-html - Use tagged template string in Vue.js

  •    Javascript

The syntax is exactly the same as Vue JSX despiting that we're using tagged template string here.this.$html returns a vNode, it does the same thing that h function does, so you can use it with h function.

hyperxify - browserify transform for hyperx

  •    Javascript

This module will compile your hyperx template strings down to javascript expressions so that you don't need to send the hyperx library over the wire.




hyperstyles - Transparently apply CSS Modules to hyperscript-compatible DOM builders, such as virtual-hyperscript and React

  •    Javascript

Transparently apply CSS Modules to hyperscript-compatible DOM builders, such as virtual-hyperscript and React. To use CSS Modules, you'll need to set up your module bundler to load Interoperable CSS.

awesome-yo-yo - Modules & resources related to yo-yo

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Modules & resources related to the yo-yo module. A tiny library for building modular UI components using DOM diffing and ES6 tagged template literals, powered by bel and morphdom and based on the "yo-yo" data binding pattern: data down, actions up.

set-dom - 📑 Lightweight dom diffing with plain old html.

  •    Javascript

A lightweight library to update DOM and persist state. IE: React diffing with html instead of JSX (bring your own templating language). JSX is great but there are so many other nice alternatives. React is great but it's clunky and opinionated.

hxdx - super simple connecter for redux-style dispatching

  •    Javascript

Connects a redux-style store to a virtual-dom-style view and sets up rendering with minimal boilerplate. Works well with functional components that take state and sometimes dispatch. Exposes an hx function for constructing components elements, and a dx function for dispatching to the store within your components. Thus the name! Currently uses hyperx for defining components and main-loop for rendering. Doesn't require redux, just something that acts as a state store.