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bik v2.0.1

Simple functional components for non-choo & choo environments

bik

Simple functional components for non-choo & choo environments. Provides a state around morfine.

Installation

npm i bik

Example

var component = require('bik')
var html = require('nanohtml')

var counter = component({ count: 0 }, function (ctx, amount) {
  return html`
    <div onclick="${click}">Count is ${ctx.count}</div>
  `

  function click () {
    ctx.count += amount
    ctx.r()
  }
})

// non-choo
document.body.appendChild(counter(2))

// choo
html`${counter(2)}`

It also works standalone in the browser by including build/bik.min.js. It provides a global bik function.

Why?

To write simple components and be able to use them outside of Choo.

Bik's philosophy:

  • Support both choo and non-choo environments
  • Direct access to the whole context (state + component)
  • No events, only functions

API

render(...props) = bik(initialState, renderer(context, ...props))

Initialize a new bik instance. initialState is an object. The renderer function gets the whole context (state + component) as an argument, followed by the arguments of the render call.

component.load(el)

Called when the element was mounted via on-load.

component.unload(el)

Called when the element was unmounted via on-load.

component.rerender() or component.r()

Rerenders the component.

component.beforerender(el)

Called after the new tree has been generated, but not yet rendered.

component.afterrender(el)

Called after the new tree was rendered.

component.el

The current DOM Node in the document.

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