Tiny JavaScript ajax library.

npm install tinix
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Shortcuts for Vanilla JavaScript DOM

tinix is a tiny library of shortcuts for vanilla JavaScript DOM. If all your app needs is a lightweight ajax library then tinix is for you. Only 2k minified. Supports IE9 and above.


$ npm install tinix
$ browserify -r tinix -o tinix.js
// And include tinix.js
<script type="text/javascript" src="tinix.js"></script>

Or use directly in browser from browserify-cdn

<script type="text/javascript" src="http://wzrd.in.nyud.net/bundle/tinix"></script>

And in your javascript

var $ = require("tinix")


Same as document.querySelector


Same as document.querySelectorAll

$.forEach(selector, callback)

callback is called with each Element of the NodeList matching selector.

$.map(selector, callback)

callback is called with each Element of the NodeList matching selector. Returns Array.

$.style(selector, property, value)

Changes the selector(s) style.property to value.

$.display(selector, value)

Changes the selector(s) style.display to value. eg. "none", "block" etc


Callback is called when document.readyState is complete or interactive, depending on the browser and how your scripts are loaded.

XHR functions

Callback is called with error as first argument. Second argument is responseText, or JSON object if JSON response. error will be null for success, or the XMLHttpRequest object for failure.

$.get(url, callback [,overrideMimeType])

$.post(url, body, contenttype, callback)

$.postJSON(url, body, callback)

body is json object


Returns the request object with onload set. Set request parameters and call request.send. Use if the request types provided above are not enough.


Same as <Element>.addEventListener

$.cookies.setItem(name, value[, end[, path[, domain[, secure]]]])
$.cookies.removeItem(name[, path])

$.curry(fn [, numArgs])

Will curry a given function. The curried function can be called with less arguments than fn. fn is called after all its arguments are in, from calls to the curried function. If fn expects an arbitrary no of arguments, then you can call curry with an optional numArgs.

$.compose(fnn, ... , fn2, fn1, fn0)

Compose the given functions. The composed function evaluates the given function from right to left. The value returned is the return value of fnn.

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