steal

Gets JavaScript.

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Pre-release version - DO NOT USE

This is a pre-release version of steal.js and is not ready for public consumption. Use steal instead.

@page stealjs StealJS @parent javascriptmvc 2 @group stealjs.pages Pages

StealJS is a collection of command line and JavaScript client utilities that make building, packaging, and sharing JavaScript applications easy. Lets see what it can do:

Dependency management ([steal])

[steal] loads modules into your app. Features:

  • Loads JS, CSS, Less, CoffeeScript, and client-side templates.
  • Parallel loading.
  • Works with scripts that don't use steal.

@codestart steal('widgets/tabs.js', './style.css', function(Tabs){

new Tabs("#item"); }); @codeend

JS/CSS concatenation and minification ([steal.build])

[steal.build] combines and minfies an application (or application's) resources into a small number of minified packages for faster downloading. Features:

  • Minifies JS, Less, CoffeeScript, and client-side templates.
  • Build shared dependencies across [steal.build.apps multiple apps].
  • Package modules for [steal.build.packages progressive loading].
  • Create modules that work [steal.build.pluginify without steal].

@codestart text js steal/buildjs mypage.html @codeend

Logging ([steal.dev])

[steal.dev] logs messages cross browser. Messages are removed in production builds.

steal.dev.log('something is happening');

Code generators ([steal.generate])

[steal.generate] makes building code generators extremely easy. Features:

  • Pre-packaged JMVC style code generators.
  • Easily author custom generators.

@codestart text js jquery/generate/app cookbook @codeend

Code cleaner ([steal.clean])

[steal.clean] cleans your code and checks it against JSLint.

@codestart text js steal/clean path/to/page.html @codeend

Searchable ajax apps ([steal.html])

[steal.html] makes Google-crawlable html from your ajax app.

@codestart text js steal/htmljs http://localhost/cookbook.html#recipes @codeend

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