oj

A unified templating language for the people. Thirsty people.

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oj

Object-oriented web templating for the people. Thirsty people.

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Contact Info

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irc: freenode.net #oj

email: evan(at)ojjs.org

twitter: @evanmoran

repo: github.com/ojjs/oj

Change Log:

0.3.2

  • Improved minification

0.3.1

  • oj.List.each can accept a ModelView. By default the ModelView will be a child of the <li> element. Optionally the instace have a isListItem=true property, that when set will cause the ModelView to take the place of the <li> instead.
  • OJ Core types like List, Table, CheckBox, now can be replaced by plugins. This is useful on certain "big framework" plugins -- more info coming soon!

0.3.0

  • Express is supported with separate module compiling middleware
  • Yeoman is supported. Install with npm install -g generator oj and then yo oj
  • CLI supports --modules, --js, --css and --html to allow unified or separate compiling in any combination

0.2.2

  • Added AMD support (for RequireJS)
  • Added Bower support (a client side package manager)
  • Fixing oj.toCSS to correctly accept minify option
  • Fixing oj.copyProperty to handle null definitions

0.2.1

  • Adding insert event to tag functions that is triggered when the element is inserted This very fast and does not use DOMNodeInserted.

0.2.0

  • Rewrote oj.js into JavaScript (from CoffeeScript)
  • Minified code is now 16% smaller
  • Performance is 10% faster
  • Removed id generation for root object elements
  • Remove oj.id and oj.guid methods since id generation isn't necessary
  • Removed typeOf method as it was slow and for the most part unused
  • Remove several internal helper functions

0.1.6

  • Fixes npm package management

0.1.5

  • Minor fix to npm package to ensure it works without coffee-script installed globally.

0.1.4

  • Plugins now include themselves once required in node or included with a <script> tag client-side
  • Hacker News initial release.

0.1.0

  • Everything works. Time to make it great.
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