ModelView: Fast templates
It was inspired by AngularJS, but has somewhat different design goals. The goal of ModelView is to be as light and fast as possible, and rely on standard APIs to get the job done: it currently does not have any dependencies at runtime.
It allows to bind data to DOM elements, and be able to refresh the DOM when the data changes, and vice versa, either automatically or on demand, or when a certain event is fired.
It provides a few common constructs, like binding values, looping, conditionals, events, and so on. It is also easily extensible, and new constructs can be added fairly quickly with a few lines of code.
Contributions are welcome.
- Model bindings
- Scope and nested scope resolution
- Common directives: Value, Model, Condition
- Foreach loops via the Each directive
- Event bindings directive
- Garbage collector
- Async rendering
- Event optimisation
- Model shorthand directives (if, each)
- Model versioning and change history
Simply install using
$ npm install modelview
You can check the documentation at http://modelview.io/docs, and/or check the test cases https://bitbucket.org/overridelogic/modelview/raw/master/tests/integration.html for examples!
When building from source, use the
$ npm run build
It creates a distribution in the
dist/ directory, and documentations in
Contributions are always welcome. If you want to contribute:
- Fork the project
- Test your code (see below)
- Push your code
- Submit a pull request
Contributions must pass both the tests and styling guidelines. Before submitting a patch, make sure you run:
$ npm run test && npm run validate
About the project
MIT License: see LICENSE https://bitbucket.org/overridelogic/modelview/raw/master/LICENSE.
Francis Lacroix @netcoder1 created ModelView while at OverrideLogic.