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README.md

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EHTML (or Extended HTML) can be described as a set of custom elements that you can put on HTML page for different purposes and use cases. The main idea and goal of this library is to provide a convinient way to get rid of JavaScript code on the client side as much as it's possible.

Disclaimer: "I cannot build complex things with EHTML yet, but I can build simple things with it so easily that no other library can do."

Contents

Motivation

Every moment a new JavaScript framework borns here and there, and all of them claim that they are better than other ones for different irrelevant and stupid reasons. The main problem with all those frameworks is JavaScript. And I like this language very much, but it's painful to maintain. Mostly because it's difficult(or even impossible) to make it completely declarative on the client side. On the other hand, HTML is a completely declarative language, it's easy to read and modify. So, why don't we try to replace JavaScript with HTML where it's possible (or just everywhere).

Thanks to HTML5 it's possible for relevant browsers. Read further and you'll see how you can do it.

Usage

EHTML is very easy to include in your project. Just like jQuery, but all you need to do then is just to write HTML code, not JavaScript. Save this file locally and use it:

<head>
  <script src="/../js/ehtml.bundle.min.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
</head>

Introduction Video

Simple EHTML Blog App

IMAGE ALT TEXT HERE

Supported elements

E-HTML

Sometimes html files can be very big, so why not just split them into different smaller html files and put sort of links to them in the main html file? e-html allows you to do that by introducing a module system in HTML.

So, let's say we have main articles.html file

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" lang="en">

  <head>
    <link rel="shortcut icon" href="/../images/favicon.ico"/>
    <meta charset="UTF-8">
    <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1">
    <title>e-html</title>
    <link rel="stylesheet" href="/../css/main.css">
    <script src="/../js/ehtml.bundle.min.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
  </head>

  <body class="main">
    <div class="articles">

      <e-html data-src="/../html/first.html"></e-html>
      <e-html data-src="/../html/second.html"></e-html>
      <e-html data-src="/../html/third.html"></e-html>

    </div>
  </body>

</html>

and as you can see, we have three e-html tags here. And each of them refers to some html file which contains some part of the article.hmtl. This tag has only one custom attribute data-src, which tells us where exactly the file that we want to include is served.

And for example, first.html would look something like this

<div class="article">
  <!-- some content of the first article -->
</div>

And when you open articles.html in a browser, it will be rendered as if you included all the parts in one file:

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" lang="en">

  <head>
    <link rel="shortcut icon" href="/../images/favicon.ico"/>
    <meta charset="UTF-8">
    <meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1">
    <title>e-html</title>
    <link rel="stylesheet" href="/../css/main.css">
    <script src="/../js/ehtml.bundle.min.js" type="text/javascript"></script>
  </head>

  <body class="main">
    <div class="articles">

      <div class="article">
        <!-- content of the first article -->
      </div>
      <div class="article">
        <!-- content of the second article -->
      </div>
      <div class="article">
        <!-- content of the third article -->
      </div>

    </div>
  </body>

</html>

The main benefit of using this element is that you can much more easily modify your big html files. So, instead of having one big html file where you have to find a specific part of it to modify, you can just find a file, which contains this specific part and make changes there.

Of course, this element makes an additional http(s) request for fetching a specific part, but you can always cache the files, so it would not cause any performance issues.

E-JSON

e-json allows you to fetch json resource by GET request from the server and apply some actions on the response. So, for example, let's say you have an endpoint /album/{title}, which returns following response:

title = 'Humbug'
{
  "title": "Humbug",
  "artist": "Arctic Monkeys",
  "type": "studio album",
  "releaseDate": "19 August 2009",
  "genre": "psychedelic rock, hard rock, stoner rock, desert rock",
  "length": "39:20",
  "label": "Domino",
  "producer": "James Ford, Joshua Homme"
}

Then you can fetch it via e-json like in following html code:

<e-json
  data-src="/../album/Humbug"
  data-response-name="albumResponse"
  data-actions-on-response="
    mapToTemplate('${albumResponse.body}', '#album-info');
  ">

  <template id="album-info" data-object-name="album">
    <div data-text="Title: ${album.title}"></div>
    <div data-text="Artist: ${album.artist}"></div>
    <div data-text="Type: ${album.type}"></div>
    <div data-text="Release date: ${album.releaseDate}"></div>
    <div data-text="Genre: ${album.genre}"></div>
    <div data-text="Length: ${album.length}"></div>
    <div data-text="Label: ${album.label}"></div>
    <div data-text="Producer: ${album.producer}"></div>
  </template>
</e-json>

So, e-json has attributes data-src which tells us where from we can fetch json response. Attribute data-response-name specifies the name that we want to use for the response. It contains body, statusCode and headers properties, so you can use them in the attribute data-actions-on-response. In this case we just decided to map body of our response to the element with id album-info, which also must have the attribute data-object-name. This attribute specifies the name of the object that we want to map. It's important to mention that you can map object only to <template>, which is in e-json that provides the object for mapping. More details about actions on response you can find in this section.

If you need some request headers, you can specify them in the attribute data-request-headers with format { "headerName": "headerValue", ... }.

You can also add attributes data-ajax-icon and data-progress-bar as element selectors for presenting progress of fetching data from the server. You can see how to use them in the examples.

E-JSON template (v1.0.12)

You can use e-json as a <template> element, if you just need to map response.

title = 'Humbug'
{
  "title": "Humbug",
  "artist": "Arctic Monkeys",
  "type": "studio album",
  "releaseDate": "19 August 2009",
  "genre": "psychedelic rock, hard rock, stoner rock, desert rock",
  "length": "39:20",
  "label": "Domino",
  "producer": "James Ford, Joshua Homme"
}

Then you can fetch it via e-json like in following html code:

<template is="e-json" data-src="/../album/Humbug" data-object-name="albumResponse">
  <div data-text="Title: ${albumResponse.body.title}"></div>
  <div data-text="Artist: ${albumResponse.body.artist}"></div>
  <div data-text="Type: ${albumResponse.body.type}"></div>
  <div data-text="Release date: ${albumResponse.body.releaseDate}"></div>
  <div data-text="Genre: ${albumResponse.body.genre}"></div>
  <div data-text="Length: ${albumResponse.body.length}"></div>
  <div data-text="Label: ${albumResponse.body.label}"></div>
  <div data-text="Producer: ${albumResponse.body.producer}"></div>
</template>

Here you don't use data-response-name attribute as you don't need apply actions on response via data-actions-on-response attribute. But you still have to specify data-object-name to define a variable for the response, so you can use it as a mapping object inside of e-json template.

And as for simple e-json you can also add attributes data-ajax-icon and data-progress-bar as element selectors for presenting progress of fetching data from the server. You can see how to use them in the examples.

E-FOR-EACH template

You can use standard template html element with attribute is="e-for-each" for iterating some object for mapping to an element. So, let's say you have an endpoint /album/{title}/songs, which returns following response:

title = 'Humbug'
{
  "title": "Humbug",
  "artist": "Arctic Monkeys",
  "songs": [
    { "title": "My Propeller", "length": "3:27" },
    { "title": "Crying Lightning", "length": "3:43" },
    { "title": "Dangerous Animals", "length": "3:30" },
    { "title": "Secret Door", "length": "3:43" },
    { "title": "Potion Approaching", "length": "3:32" },
    { "title": "Fire and the Thud", "length": "3:57" },
    { "title": "Cornerstone", "length": "3:18" },
    { "title": "Dance Little Liar", "length": "4:43" },
    { "title": "Pretty Visitors", "length": "3:40" },
    { "title": "The Jeweller's Hands", "length": "5:42" }
  ]
}

Then your html code would be something like this:

<e-json
  data-src="/../album/Humbug/songs"
  data-response-name="albumResponse"
  data-actions-on-response="
    mapToTemplate('${albumResponse.body}', '#album-info');
  ">

  <template id="album-info" data-object-name="album">

    <div data-text="Title: ${album.title}"></div>
    <div data-text="Artist: ${album.artist}"></div>

    <div><b data-text="${album.songs.length} songs:"></b></div>
    <template is="e-for-each" data-list-to-iterate="${album.songs}" data-item-name="song">
      <div class="song-box">
        <div data-text="No. ${song.index}/${album.songs.length}"></div>
        <div data-text="Title: ${song.title}"></div>
        <div data-text="Length: ${song.length}"></div>
      </div>
    </template>

  </template>
</e-json>

So, as you can see it's pretty straightforward: e-for-each template has attribute data-list-to-iterate where you can specify the list from the mapped object that you want to iterate. And attribute data-item-name specifies the name of the item that you want to map to the template. You can also use index property of the item in the mapping which starts from 1.

When you open a browser, template will be replaced with its n times duplicated inner content for each item, where n is the length of the list that has been iterated:

<e-json
  data-src="/../album/Humbug/songs"
  data-response-name="albumResponse"
  data-actions-on-response="
    mapToTemplate('${albumResponse.body}', '#album-info');
  ">

  <div>Title: Humbug</div>
  <div>Artist: Arctic Monkeys</div>

  <div><b>10 songs:</b></div>
  <div class="song-box">
    <div>No. 1/10</div>
    <div>Title: My Propeller</div>
    <div>Length: 3:27</div>
  </div>
  <div class="song-box">
    <div>No. 2/10</div>
    <div>Title: Crying Lightning</div>
    <div>Length: 3:43</div>
  </div>
  <div class="song-box">
    <div>No. 3/10</div>
    <div>Title: Dangerous Animals</div>
    <div>Length: 3:30</div>
  </div>
  <div class="song-box">
    <div>No. 4/10</div>
    <div>Title: Secret Door</div>
    <div>Length: 3:43</div>
  </div>
  <div class="song-box">
    <div>No. 5/10</div>
    <div>Title: Potion Approaching</div>
    <div>Length: 3:32</div>
  </div>
  <div class="song-box">
    <div>No. 6/10</div>
    <div>Title: Fire and the Thud</div>
    <div>Length: 3:57</div>
  </div>
  <div class="song-box">
    <div>No. 7/10</div>
    <div>Title: Cornerstone</div>
    <div>Length: 3:18</div>
  </div>
  <div class="song-box">
    <div>No. 8/10</div>
    <div>Title: Dance Little Liar</div>
    <div>Length: 4:43</div>
  </div>
  <div class="song-box">
    <div>No. 9/10</div>
    <div>Title: Pretty Visitors</div>
    <div>Length: 3:40</div>
  </div>
  <div class="song-box">
    <div>No. 10/10</div>
    <div>Title: The Jeweller's Hands</div>
    <div>Length: 5:42</div>
  </div>

</e-json>
E-IF template

This standard template html element with attribute is="e-if" decides if some particular part of html needs to be displayed or not while mapping some object to an element. So, let's say you have an endpoint /album/{title}/songs, which returns following response:

title = 'Humbug'
{
  "title": "Humbug",
  "artist": "Arctic Monkeys",
  "songs": [
    { "title": "My Propeller", "length": "3:27" },
    { "title": "Crying Lightning", "length": "3:43" },
    { "title": "Dangerous Animals", "length": "3:30" },
    { "title": "Secret Door", "length": "3:43" },
    { "title": "Potion Approaching", "length": "3:32" },
    { "title": "Fire and the Thud", "length": "3:57" },
    { "title": "Cornerstone", "length": "3:18" },
    { "title": "Dance Little Liar", "length": "4:43" },
    { "title": "Pretty Visitors", "length": "3:40" },
    { "title": "The Jeweller's Hands", "length": "5:42" }
  ]
}

And you would like to display only songs that shorter than '3:30' in length. Then your html code would be something like this:

<e-json
  data-src="/../album/Humbug/songs"
  data-response-name="albumResponse"
  data-actions-on-response="
    mapToTemplate('${albumResponse.body}', '#album-info');
  ">

  <template id="album-info" data-object-name="album">

    <div data-text="Title: ${album.title}"></div>
    <div data-text="Artist: ${album.artist}"></div>

    <div><b>Songs that shorter than 3:30:</b></div>
    <template is="e-for-each" data-list-to-iterate="${album.songs}" data-item-name="song">

      <template is="e-if"
        data-condition-to-display="${(song.length.split(':')[0] * 60 + song.length.split(':')[1] * 1) <= 210}"
      >
        <div class="song-box">
          <div data-text="No. ${song.index}/${album.songs.length}"></div>
          <div data-text="Title: ${song.title}"></div>
          <div data-text="Length: ${song.length}"></div>
        </div>
      </template>
    
    </template>

  </template>
</e-json>

This element has only one attribute data-condition-to-display that specifies a condition whether inner content of the template has to be displayed.

When you open a browser, you will see:

<e-json
  data-src="/../album/Humbug/songs"
  data-response-name="albumResponse"
  data-actions-on-response="
    mapToTemplate('${albumResponse.body}', '#album-info');
  ">

  <div>Title: Humbug</div>
  <div>Artist: Arctic Monkeys</div>

  <div><b>Songs that shorter than 3:30:</b></div>
  <div class="song-box">
    <div>No. 1/10</div>
    <div>Title: My Propeller</div>
    <div>Length: 3:27</div>
  </div>
  <div class="song-box">
    <div>No. 3/10</div>
    <div>Title: Dangerous Animals</div>
    <div>Length: 3:30</div>
  </div>
  <div class="song-box">
    <div>No. 7/10</div>
    <div>Title: Cornerstone</div>
    <div>Length: 3:18</div>
  </div>

</e-json>
E-FORM

Custom element e-form is a great solution, if you want to send data from your form in JSON format. So, let's say you have an endpoint /artist/{name}/albums/add with method 'POST' and expected request body is something like:

name = 'Arctic Monkeys'
{
  "title": "Humbug",
  "type": "studio album",
  "releaseDate": "19 August 2009",
  "genre": ["psychedelic rock", "hard rock", "stoner rock", "desert rock"],
  "length": "39:20",
  "label": "Domino",
  "producer": "James Ford, Joshua Homme"
}

Then you can make this request with following html code:

<e-form>
  
  Title:
  <input type="text" name="title">
  
  Type:
  <input type="radio" name="type" value="studio album" checked>
  <label for="one">One</label>

  <input type="radio" name="type" value="live album" checked>
  <label for="one">One</label>

  Release date:
  <input type="date" name="releaseDate">

  Genre:
  <input type="checkbox" name="genre" value="psychedelic rock">
  <input type="checkbox" name="genre" value="hard rock">
  <input type="checkbox" name="genre" value="stoner rock">
  <input type="checkbox" name="genre" value="desert rock">

  Total length:
  <input type="time" name="totalLength">

  Producer:
  <input type="text" name="producer">

  <button
    id="send"
    data-request-url="/artist/Arctic_Monkeys/albums/add"
    data-request-method="POST"
    data-request-headers="{}"
    data-ajax-icon="#ajax-icon"
    data-response-name="savedAlbum"
    onclick="this.form.submit(this)"
    data-actions-on-response="
      logToConsole('response: ', '${savedAlbum}');
    "
  />

  <img id="ajax-icon" src="/../images/ajax-loader.gif"/>
  
</e-form>

So, like standard form element e-form can have inputs with different types, selects, radio buttons, checkboxes and textareas. Every item in e-form mast have name attribute, which will be used as a key in the request body. And value of every item is used as a value for corresponding name in the request body.

This element will be rendered as a standard form element with attribute data-e-form="true", but it will send its data as json object. You can do it by attaching events on buttons or other active elements with function: this.form.submit(this), which constructs a request body by the form's items and submits it. Such approach is much better than standard action attribute in the form tag because you can attach different requests on several active elements using the same form.

Also you have to add other information about the request you want to make in the attributes: data-request-url, data-request-method, data-request-headers. You can even add attributes like data-ajax-icon, data-progress-bar and data-upload-progress-bar which can display progress of the request.

Like for e-json, you can do some actions on response with the name that you specify in data-response-name attribute. In this case, we just log the response from the request.

You can also do validation of your e-forms by attributes: required, pattern, data-validation-error-class-for-element, data-validation-error-class-for-message-box, data-validation-bad-format-error-message and data-validation-min-files-number. More details you can find in the examples.

E-REUSABLE template (v1.0.8)

You use action mapToTemplate on a template with attribute is="e-reusable", so you can map response object multiple times. Also you can specify attribute data-append-to="#someSelector" or data-prepend-to="#someSelector" to decide where and how mapped content of the template should be placed. If you don't specify one of these attributes, then mapped content of the template will be placed right before the template.

So, the main difference between "reusable" template and other types of templates is that "reusable" template is not getting removed from the DOM, so you can use it several times.

More details you cand in the examples.

E-LOCAL-STORAGE-VALUE and E-SESSION-STORAGE-VALUE

For retrieving values from local storage you can use e-local-storage-value and use it in a form:

<e-form>
  
  <e-local-storage-value name="jwt" data-key="jwtToken"></e-local-storage-value>

  <button
    id="send"
    data-request-url="/verify"
    data-request-method="POST"
    data-request-headers="{}"
    data-ajax-icon="#ajaxIcon"
    data-response-name="response"
    onclick="this.form.submit(this)"
    data-actions-on-response="
      logToConsole('response: ', '${response}');
    "
  />

  <img id="ajaxIcon" src="/../images/ajax-loader.gif"/>
  
</e-form>

Element e-local-storage-value behaves like any input element in the e-form: it has attribute name which will be used as a key in request body, and value of the e-local-storage-value is a value that is stored in the local storage with the key that you specify in the data-key attribute.

So, in this case e-form will construct following request body:

{
  "jwt": "some value from local storage with key 'jwtToken' (it's like localStorage.getItem('jwtToken'))" 
}

Element e-session-storage-value works in the same way as e-local-storage-value but with session storage:

<e-form>
  
  <e-local-session-value name="sessionToken" data-key="token"></e-local-storage-value>

  <button
    id="send"
    data-request-url="/verify/"
    data-request-method="POST"
    data-request-headers="{}"
    data-ajax-icon="#ajaxIcon"
    data-response-name="response"
    onclick="this.form.submit(this)"
    data-actions-on-response="
      logToConsole('response: ', '${response}');
    "
  />

  <img id="ajaxIcon" src="/../images/ajax-loader.gif"/>
  
</e-form>
{
  "sessionToken": "some value from session storage with key 'token' (it's like sessionStorage.getItem('token'))" 
}

You can also get items from local and session storages in the attributes of any elements: some-attr="${localStorage.getItem('itemName')}" or some-attr="${sessionStorage.getItem('itemName')}".

E-GOOGLE-OAUTH-BUTTON

You can integrate Google Sign-In into your web app just by adding one button:

<e-google-oauth-button
  class="customSignIn"
  data-client-id="8310979471-lvmkisk1b33fjd25pjjqe8v8fa72rq2q.apps.googleusercontent.com"
  data-redirect-url="/../google"
  data-cookiepolicy="single_host_origin"
  data-scope="profile"
  data-request-token-key="googleToken"
  data-response-name="responseWithToken"
  data-actions-on-response="
    saveToLocalStorage('jwt', '${responseWithToken.body.jwt}');
  ">

  <span id="google-icon" class="icon"></span>
  <span class="buttonText">Sign in with Google</span>

</e-google-oauth-button>

It will be rendered as a simple button with attribute data-e-google-oauth-button="true". You can configure google oauth with custom attributes: data-client-id, data-redirect-url, data-cookiepolicy and data-scope.

Attribute data-request-token-key specifies a key in the request body that you will send to your api after it's been obtained from google endpoint. So, in this case your endpoint with path /../google(which you specified in the data-redirect-url) would expect request body: { "googleToken": "<some token from google>" }. And let's say your endpoint returns response with jwt token that's based on user data, which has been recived by "googleToken". You can use this response in attribute data-actions-on-response. For example, in this case we save it to local storage. The name of the response you specify in data-response-name like in e-json or e-form.

Demo of e-google-oauth-button you can find in the examples.

E-PAGE-WITH-URL template

You can define url parameters via template with attribute is="e-page-with-url":

<body>
  <template is="e-page-with-url" data-url-pattern="/album/{title}">
    <!-- content -->
  </template>
</body>

Or for example:

<body>
  <template is="e-page-with-url" data-url-pattern="/artists?{search}">
    <!-- content -->
  </e-page-with-url>
</body>

You can get url parameters in any attributes of any elements via urlParams object: some-attr="${urlParams.someValue}". It's important to place e-page-with-url in the beginning of <body> with all elements that use urlParams inside of it:

<body>
  <template is="e-page-with-url" data-url-pattern="/album/{title}">
    
    <div data-text="Album title: ${urlParams.title}"></div>

  </template>
</body>

So, for example, when you open url http://0.0.0.0:8000/album/Humbug in a browser, you would see:

<body>
    
  <div>Album title: Humbug</div>

</body>

Element e-page-with-url is a template because we have to initialize urlParams before we render all elements that use those parameters.

More details you can find in the examples.

E-TURBOLINK

EHTML supports turbolinks via e-turbolink. The main difference from classic turbolinks is that e-tubolink does not merge <head> from the page it fetches. The idea behind this decision was that it would make rendered html code much cleaner(but this decision is still discussable).

<e-turbolink data-href="/../html/next.html" data-ajax-favicon="/../images/ajax-loader.gif">
  next page
</e-turbolink>

e-turbolink will be rendered as a simple link <a> with attribute data-e-turbolink="true". When you click on a e-turbolink, it fetches a page which is served with the path that you specify in the attribute data-href, extracts <body> from there and swaps it with current <body>. Also it saves history, so you can use Reload, Back and Forward buttons in the browser.

As e-turbolink does not merge <head>, you have to design it in a way so it would work for every page that you want to "turbolink" there.

Also you can specify ajax favicon via attribute data-ajax-favicon, but it would probably not work in Chrome, as it does not support gif format in the favicons.

But you can use progress bars instead via data-with-progress-bar:

<e-turbolink data-href="/../html/next.html" data-with-progress-bar="progress-bar">
  next page
</e-turbolink>

where value of this attribute is a css class:

.progress-bar {
  width: 100%;
}

You can also specify a place for the progress bar via attribute data-progress-bar-place, by default it's body.

Demo of e-turbolink you can find in the examples.

E-SELECT

Standard select can be better. For example, it would be great if we could set a value to it, so it would be selected automatically on render. e-select does such thing:

<e-select
  name="color" 
  value="green">
  <option value="red" name="color">Red</option>
  <option value="green" name="color">Green</option>
  <option value="blue" name="color">Blue</option>
</e-select>

It will be rendered as a simple select with attribute data-e-select="true" with automatically selected value that you specify in attribute value.

Demo of e-select you can find in the examples.

Supported actions on response

EHTML supports some actions on response that you get in some elements like e-json, e-form or e-google-oauth-button. You can specify these actions in the attribute data-actions-on-response with response, which name you have to specify in the attribute data-response-name.

logToConsole

If you just want to log response to console, use logToConsole function:

data-actions-on-response="logToConsole('${someResponse}')"
mapToTemplate

You can map response object to an element which must be <template>.

data-actions-on-response="mapToTemplate('${someResponse.body}', '#someTemplateId')"

Element with id someTemplateId must have data-object-name, so you can use object name in the mapping. You can use any selector for the second argument, but this function will only map the first element that was found by the selector you specified.

This function works only for attributes of html elements. So if you want to map an object to some text in some element, just use custom attribute data-text. For values of input fields use custom attribute data-value. Other attributes are mapping with their original names without data- prefix.

redirect

You can redirect on response:

data-actions-on-response="redirect('/../some/path/${someResponse.body.itemId}')"
turboRedirect

You can redirect in the turbo style on response:

data-actions-on-response="turboRedirect('/../some/path/${someResponse.body.itemId}', { 'headerName': 'headerValue' }, { 'progressBarPlace': '#boxId', 'progressBarClassName': 'progress-bar', 'ajaxFavicon': '/../images/favicon.gif' })"

You can specify headers if you need them, otherwise just put empty object: { }. Also, you can specify optionaly progressBarPlace, progressBarClassName and ajaxFavicon like in the e-turbolink.

reload

You can reload a page on response:

data-actions-on-response="reload()"
saveToLocalStorage / saveToSessionStorage

You can save some value from response to the localStorage or sessionStorage:

data-actions-on-response="
  saveToLocalStorage('key', ${someResponse.body.value}');
  saveToSessionStorage('key', ${someResponse.body.value}');
"
removeFromLocalStorage / removeFromSessionStorage

You can remove values from the localStorage or sessionStorage on response:

data-actions-on-response="
  removeFromLocalStorage('key');
  removeFromSessionStorage('key');
"
hideElms / showElms / disableElms / enableElms

You can hide, show, disable and enable elements on response:

data-actions-on-response="
  hideElms('#someId', '.someClassName', ...);
  showElms('#someId', '.someClassName', ...);
  disableElms('#someId', '.someClassName', ...);
  enableElms('#someId', '.someClassName', ...);
"
removeElms (v1.0.8)

You can remove elements on response:

data-actions-on-response="
  removeElms('#someId', '.someClassName', ...);
"
toggleElms

You can toggle class name for elments on response:

data-actions-on-response="toggleElms('someClassName', '#someId', '.someClassName', ...)"
innerHTML / addHTMLTo / textContent

You can load html or text content into some element from some resource on response:

data-actions-on-response="
  innerHTML('#someElmSelector', '/../path/to/html/file.html', { 'headerName': 'headerValue' });
  addHTMLTo('#someElmSelector', '/../path/to/html/file.html', { 'headerName': 'headerValue' });
  textContent('#someElmSelector', '/../path/to/html/file.html', { 'headerName': 'headerValue' });
"

These three actions have arguments: elmSelector, url and headers. So, they load or append some content that was fetch by url and headers into the element that you specify by elmSelector.

changeValueOf

You can change the value of some input element on response:

data-actions-on-response="changeValueOf('#someElmSelector', '${someResponse.body.someValue}')"
updateAttribute (v1.0.2)

You can update an attribute of some element on response:

data-actions-on-response="updateAttribute('#someElmSelector', 'attrName', 'newAttrValue')"

You can combine several actions on one response:

data-actions-on-response="
  mapToTemplate('${someResponse.body}', '#box');
  showElms('#box');
  logToConsole('statusCode:', '${someResponse.statusCode}');
"

You must use delimiter ; between actions.

Also, you can use simple if statement for each action if you want them to be invoked only in the particular cases:

data-actions-on-response="
  if ('${someResponse.statusCode === 200}') mapToTemplate('${someResponse.body}', '#response-box');
  if ('${someResponse.statusCode !== 200}') mapToTemplate('${someResponse.body}', '#error-box');
"

You can specify only one action for each if statement, and each if statement must be without curly braces.

You can also use actions in event listeners of elements, more details about that you can find in the examples.

Examples

You can find the code in the examples folder.

You can run examples locally:

git clone git@github.com:Guseyn/EHTML.git
cd EHTML
npm i
npm run examples

And then just open http://localhost:8000/.

Simple E-HTML page

demo

e-html

code
<body class="main">
  <div class="base">
    <e-html data-src="/../html/why-i-dont-use-promises-and-async-await.html"></e-html>
    <e-html data-src="/../html/simple-rs-jwt.html"></e-html>
    <e-html data-src="/../html/simple-jwt.html"></e-html>
  </div> 
</body>

link to the source code

Simple E-JSON

demo
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response
Request URL: http://localhost:8000/profile?name=John
Request Method: GET
-----------------------------------------------------
Status Code: 200 ok
Content-Type: application/json
{
  "age": 27,
  "country": "Canada",
  "email": "john@email.com",
  "name": "John",
  "photo": "/../images/John.svg",
  "profession": "dentist",
}
code
<body class="main">
  <div class="base">
    <e-json
      data-src="/../profile?name=John"
      data-response-name="profileResponse"
      data-actions-on-response="mapToTemplate('${profileResponse.body}', '#profile-template')"
      data-ajax-icon="#ajax-icon"
    >
      <div class="profile-box">
        <img class="ajax-icon" id="ajax-icon" src="/../images/red-ajax-loader.gif"/>
        <template id="profile-template" data-object-name="profile">
          <img class="photo" src="${profile.photo}"/>
          <div class="user-info">
            <div class="name" data-text="${profile.name}"></div>
            <div class="email" data-text="${profile.email}"></div>
            <div class="other-details">
              <div data-text="Age: ${profile.age}"></div>
              <div data-text="Country: ${profile.country}"></div>
              <div data-text="Profession: ${profile.profession}"></div>
            </div>
          </div>
        </template>
      </div>
    </e-json>
  </div> 
</body>

link to the source code

E-JSON with progress bar

demo
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response
Request URL: https://guseyn.com/bigjson
Request Method: GET
---------------------------------------
Status Code: 200 ok
Content-Length: 1853154
Content-Type: application/json
code
<body class="main">
  <div class="base">
    <e-json
      data-src="https://guseyn.com/bigjson"
      data-response-name="response"
      data-progress-bar="#progress-bar"
      data-actions-on-response="mapToTemplate('${response}', '#response-template')"
    >
      <div class="response-box">
        <progress id="progress-bar"></progress>
        <template id="response-template" data-object-name="response">
          <div class="response-info">
            <div>
              Big JSON file has been fetched with status: <b data-text="${response.statusCode}"></b>
            </div>
            <div>
              Content-Length is: <b data-text="${response.headers['content-length']} bytes"></b>
            </div>
            <div>
              Name and email of the first user in the response: <br>
              <b data-text="name: ${response.body.items[0].name}, email: ${response.body.items[0].email}"></b>
            </div>
          </div>
        </template>
      </div>
    </e-json>
  </div> 
</body>

link to the source code

E-JSON with mapped error

demo
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response
Request URL: http://localhost:8000/profile?name=Unknown
Request Method: GET
-------------------------------------------------------
Status Code: 404 profile is not found
Content-Type: application/json
{
  "error": "profile is not found"
}
code
<body class="main">
  <div class="base">
    <e-json
      data-src="/../profile?name=Unknown"
      data-response-name="profileResponse"
      data-actions-on-response="mapToTemplate('${profileResponse}', '#profile-template')"
      data-ajax-icon="#ajax-icon"
    >
      <div class="profile-box">
        <img class="ajax-icon" id="ajax-icon" src="/../images/ajax-icon.svg"/>
        <template id="profile-template" data-object-name="profileResponse">
          <template is="e-if" data-condition-to-display="${profileResponse.statusCode === 200}">
            <img class="photo" src="${profileResponse.body.photo}"/>
            <div class="user-info">
              <div class="name" data-text="${profileResponse.body.name}"></div>
              <div class="email" data-text="${profileResponse.body.email}"></div>
              <div class="other-details">
                <div data-text="Age: ${profileResponse.body.age}"></div>
                <div data-text="Country: ${profileResponse.body.country}"></div>
                <div data-text="Profession: ${profileResponse.body.profession}"></div>
              </div>
            </div>
          </template>
          <template is="e-if" data-condition-to-display="${profileResponse.statusCode === 404}">
            <div class="error-box">
              User Not Found
            </div>
          </template>
        </template>
      </div>
    </e-json>
  </div> 
</body>

link to the source code

E-JSON as a template

demo
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response
Request URL: http://localhost:8000/profile?name=Amanda
Request Method: GET
-----------------------------------------------------
Status Code: 200 ok
Content-Type: application/json
{
  "photo": "/../images/Amanda.svg",
  "name": "Amanda",
  "email": "amanda@email.com",
  "age": 24,
  "country": "Australia",
  "profession": "race driver"
}
code
<body class="main">
  <div class="base">
    <div class="profile-box">
      <img class="ajax-icon" id="ajax-icon" src="/../images/ajax-icon.svg"/>
      <template
        is="e-json"
        data-src="/../profile?name=Amanda"
        data-ajax-icon="#ajax-icon"
        data-object-name="profileResponse"
      >
        <img class="photo" src="${profileResponse.body.photo}"/>
        <div class="user-info">
          <div class="name" data-text="${profileResponse.body.name}"></div>
          <div class="email" data-text="${profileResponse.body.email}"></div>
          <div class="other-details">
            <div data-text="Age: ${profileResponse.body.age}"></div>
            <div data-text="Country: ${profileResponse.body.country}"></div>
            <div data-text="Profession: ${profileResponse.body.profession}"></div>
          </div>
        </div>
      </template>
    </div>
  </div> 
</body>

link to the source code

Simple E-FOR-EACH

demo
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response
Request URL: http://localhost:8000/playlist
Request Method: GET
-------------------------------------------
Status Code: 200 ok
Content-Type: application/json
{
  "title": "My playlist ♥",
  "photo":"/../images/guitar.svg",
  "songs":[
    { "title":"Nantes", "artist": "Beirut", "album": "The Flying Club Cup", "link": "https://genius.com/Beirut-nantes-lyrics" },
    { "title": "My Kind Of Woman", "artist": "Mac DeMarco", "album": "2", "link": "https://genius.com/Mac-demarco-my-kind-of-woman-lyrics" },
    { "title": "Black Treacle", "artist": "Arctic Monkeys", "album": "Suck It And See", "link": "https://genius.com/Arctic-monkeys-black-treacle-lyrics" },
    { "title": "Swing Low", "artist": "The Kooks","album":"Let's Go Sunshine", "link":"https://genius.com/The-kooks-swing-low-lyrics" },
    { "title": "Seen It All", "artist": "Jake Bugg", "album": "Jake Bugg", "link":"https://genius.com/Jake-bugg-seen-it-all-lyrics" }
  ]
}
code
<body class="main">
  <div class="base">
    <e-json
      data-src="/../playlist"
      data-response-name="response"
      data-actions-on-response="mapToTemplate('${response.body}', '#response-template')"
      data-ajax-icon="#ajax-icon"
    >
      <div class="response-box">
        <img class="ajax-icon" id="ajax-icon" src="/../images/ajax-icon.svg"/>
        <template id="response-template" data-object-name="playlist">
          <img class="photo" src="${playlist.photo}"/>
          <div class="playlist-info">
            <div class="song-title" data-text="${playlist.title}"></div>
            <div class="songs-box">
              <template is="e-for-each" data-list-to-iterate="${playlist.songs}" data-item-name="song">
                <div class="song-box">
                  <div><b>Title: </b><span data-text="${song.title}"></span></div>
                  <div><b>Artist: </b><span data-text="${song.artist}"></span></div>
                  <div><b>Album: </b><span data-text="${song.album}"></span></div>
                  <div><a href="${song.link}">More info</a><b></b></div>
                </div>
              </template>
            </div>
          </div>
        </template>
      </div>
    </e-json>
  </div> 
</body>

link to the source code

Simple E-IF

demo
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response
Request URL: http://localhost:8000/playlist
Request Method: GET
-------------------------------------------
Status Code: 200 ok
Content-Type: application/json
{
  "title": "My playlist ♥",
  "photo":"/../images/guitar.svg",
  "songs":[
    { "title":"Nantes", "artist": "Beirut", "album": "The Flying Club Cup", "link": "https://genius.com/Beirut-nantes-lyrics" },
    { "title": "My Kind Of Woman", "artist": "Mac DeMarco", "album": "2", "link": "https://genius.com/Mac-demarco-my-kind-of-woman-lyrics" },
    { "title": "Black Treacle", "artist": "Arctic Monkeys", "album": "Suck It And See", "link": "https://genius.com/Arctic-monkeys-black-treacle-lyrics" },
    { "title": "Swing Low", "artist": "The Kooks","album":"Let's Go Sunshine", "link":"https://genius.com/The-kooks-swing-low-lyrics" },
    { "title": "Seen It All", "artist": "Jake Bugg", "album": "Jake Bugg", "link":"https://genius.com/Jake-bugg-seen-it-all-lyrics" }
  ]
}
code
<body class="main">
  <div class="base">
    <e-json
      data-src="/../playlist"
      data-response-name="response"
      data-actions-on-response="mapToTemplate('${response.body}', '#response-template')"
      data-ajax-icon="#ajax-icon"
    >
      <div class="response-box">
        <img class="ajax-icon" id="ajax-icon" src="/../images/ajax-icon.svg"/>
        <template id="response-template" data-object-name="playlist">
          <img class="photo" src="${playlist.photo}"/>
          <div class="playlist-info">
            <div class="playlist-title" data-text="${playlist.title}">
              <div>only from self-titled albums</div>
            </div>
            <div class="songs-box">
              <template is="e-for-each" data-list-to-iterate="${playlist.songs}" data-item-name="song">
                <template is="e-if" data-condition-to-display="${song.artist === song.album}">
                  <div class="song-box">
                    <div><b>Title: </b><span data-text="${song.title}"></span></div>
                    <div><b>Artist: </b><span data-text="${song.artist}"></span></div>
                    <div><b>Album: </b><span data-text="${song.album}"></span></div>
                    <div><a href="${song.link}">More info</a><b></b></div>
                  </div>
                </template>
              </template>
            </div>
          </div>
        </template>
      </div>
    </e-json>
  </div> 
</body>

link to the source code

Simple E-FORM

demo
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response
Request URL: https://guseyn.com/echo
Request Method: GET
Request Body: {"name":"Guseyn Ismayylov","email":"guseynism@gmail.com","github":"https://github.com/Guseyn","langs":["php","js"],"resume":[{"name":"resume.pdf","size":151153,"type":"application/pdf","content":"data:application/pdf;base64,JVBERi0x...}]}
-------------------------------------------
Status Code: 200 ok
Content-Type: application/json
{
  "name": "Guseyn Ismayylov",
  "email": "guseynism@gmail.com",
  "github": "https://github.com/Guseyn",
  "langs": [ "php", "js"],
  "resume": [ 
    {
      "name":"resume.pdf",
      "size":151153,
      "type":"application/pdf",
      "content":"data:application/pdf;base64,JVBERi0x.."
    }
  ]
}
code
<body class="main">
  <div class="base">
    <e-form
      class="form"
      id="form"
      data-validation-error-message="Enter correct data into the form, please"
      data-validation-error-class-for-message-box="form-message-error">

      <div id="form-content">
        <div class="name">
          Simple Job Application Form
        </div>
        <div class="form-label">Your Name:</div>
        <input
          type="text"
          name="name"
          class="form-input"
          required
          data-validation-pattern="^[a-z ,.'-]+$"
          data-validation-bad-format-error-message="Name can contain only alphabetic characters"
          data-validation-absence-error-message="Name is required"
          data-validation-error-class-for-element="elm-error"
          data-validation-error-class-for-message-box="message-error">
        
        <div class="form-label">Your Email:</div>
        <input
          type="email"
          name="email"
          class="form-input"
          required
          data-validation-pattern="email"
          data-validation-bad-format-error-message="This is not proper email address"
          data-validation-absence-error-message="Email is required"
          data-validation-error-class-for-element="elm-error"
          data-validation-error-class-for-message-box="message-error">  
        <div class="form-label">Your GitHub:</div>
        <input
          type="url"
          name="github"
          class="form-input"
          required
          pattern="url"
          data-validation-absence-error-message="GitHub is required"
          data-validation-error-class-for-element="elm-error"
          data-validation-error-class-for-message-box="message-error">

        <div class="form-label">Choose languages you know:</div>
        <span class="lang-option">PHP</span>
        <input
          type="checkbox"
          name="langs"
          value="php">
        <span class="lang-option">JS</span>
        <input
          type="checkbox"
          name="langs"
          value="js">
        <span class="lang-option">Ruby</span>
        <input
          type="checkbox"
          name="langs"
          value="ruby">
        <span class="lang-option">Python</span>
        <input
          type="checkbox"
          name="langs"
          value="python">
        <span class="lang-option">C++</span>
        <input
          type="checkbox"
          name="langs"
          value="c++">

        <div class="form-label">Your Resume:</div>
        <input
          type="file"
          name="resume"
          class="form-input"
          data-read-progress-bar="#read-progress-bar"
          multiple required
          data-validation-absence-error-message="Resume is required"
          data-validation-min-files-number="1"
          data-validation-error-class-for-element="elm-error"
          data-validation-error-class-for-message-box="message-error">
        <progress id="read-progress-bar"></progress>

        <button
          data-request-url="https://guseyn.com/echo"
          data-request-method="POST"
          data-request-headers="{}"
          data-upload-progress-bar="#upload-progress-bar"
          data-progress-bar="#progress-bar"
          data-ajax-icon="#ajax-icon"
          data-response-name="response"
          onclick="this.form.submit(this)"
          data-actions-on-response="
            hideElms('#form-content');
            showElms('.applying-response-box');
            mapToTemplate('${response}', '#response-template');
          ">
          Apply
        </button>

        <img id="ajax-icon" class="ajax-icon" src="/../images/ajax-icon.svg"/>
        <progress id="upload-progress-bar"></progress>
        <progress id="progress-bar"></progress>
      </div>

      <div class="applying-response-box" style="display: none;">
        <template id="response-template" data-object-name="response">
          <div class="response-info">
            <div data-text="Thank you for your application, ${response.body.name}!"></div>
          </div>
        </template>
      </div>

    </e-form>
  </div>
</body>
.elm-error {
  border: 1px solid red;
}

.message-error {
  color: red;
}

.form-message-error {
  text-align: center;
  color: red;
  font-family: sans-serif;
}

link to the source code

validation patterns
You can specify in the attribute `data-validation-pattern` following predefined patterns: `date`, `dateTime`, `email`, `month`, `number`, `password`, `tel`, `time`, `url` which have following formats:

```js
const VALIDATION_PATTERNS = {
  date: /[0-3]\d\/[0-1]\d\/\d\d\d\d/,
  dateTime: /[0-3]\d\/[0-1]\d\/\d\d\d\d, \d\d:\d\d/,
  email: /^[a-zA-Z0-9.!#$%&’*+/=?^_`{|}~-]+@[a-zA-Z0-9-]+(?:\.[a-zA-Z0-9-]+)*$/,
  month: /^\d\d\d\d-\d\d$/,
  number: /(\d)+/,
  password: /^.*(?=.{8,})(?=.*[a-zA-Z])(?=.*\d)(?=.*[!#$%&? "]).*$/,
  tel: /[0-9]{0,14}$/,
  time: /\d\d:\d\d/,
  url: /((([A-Za-z]{3,9}:(?:\/\/)?)(?:[\-;:&=\+\$,\w]+@)?[A-Za-z0-9\.\-]+|(?:www\.|[\-;:&=\+\$,\w]+@)[A-Za-z0-9\.\-]+)((?:\/[\+~%\/\.\w\-_]*)?\??(?:[\-\+=&;%@\.\w_]*)#?(?:[\.\!\/\\\w]*))?)/
}
```

Or you can specify a string, which would be a base for RegExp with flags `ig`.

E-REUSABLE template with E-FORM

demo
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response
Request URL: https://guseyn.com/echo
Request Method: GET
Request Body: {"name": "some name"}
-------------------------------------------
Status Code: 200 ok
Content-Type: application/json
{
  "name": "some name"
}
code
<body class="main">
  <div class="base">
    <e-form
      class="form"
      id="form"
      data-validation-error-message="Enter correct data into the form, please"
      data-validation-error-class-for-message-box="form-message-error">

      <div id="form-content">
        <div class="form-label">Item name:</div>
        <input
          type="text"
          name="name"
          class="form-input"
          required
          data-validation-pattern="^[a-z ,.'-]+$"
          data-validation-bad-format-error-message="Item name can contain only alphabetic characters"
          data-validation-absence-error-message="Item name is required"
          data-validation-error-class-for-element="elm-error"
          data-validation-error-class-for-message-box="message-error">

        <button
          data-request-url="https://guseyn.com/echo"
          data-request-method="POST"
          data-ajax-icon="#ajax-icon"
          data-response-name="response"
          onclick="this.form.submit(this)"
          data-actions-on-response="
            mapToTemplate('${response}', '#response-template');
          ">
          Add Item
        </button>

        <img id="ajax-icon" class="ajax-icon" src="/../images/ajax-icon.svg"/>
      </div>

      <div class="applying-response-box">
        <div class="name">
          Items:
        </div>
        <div class="response-info">
          <span>item with name: <b>default</b></span>
        </div>
        <template id="response-template" is="e-reusable" data-object-name="response">
          <div class="response-info">
            <span>item with name <b data-text="${response.body.name}"></b></span>
          </div>
        </template>
      </div>

    </e-form>
  </div> 
</body>

link to the source code

Simple E-GOOGLE-OAUTH-BUTTON

demo
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response
Request URL: /../google
Request Method: GET
Request Body: {"googleToken": "<some fetched google token>"}
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Status Code: 200 ok
Content-Type: application/json
{
  "jwt": "<some jwt token from your endpoint>"
}
code
<body class="main">
  <div class="base">
    
    <template is="e-if" data-condition-to-display="${localStorage.getItem('jwt') != null}">
      <div class="response-box">
        <div class="response-info">
          <b>Welcome!</b>
        </div>
      </div>
    </template>

    <template is="e-if" data-condition-to-display="${localStorage.getItem('jwt') == null}">
      <div class="login-form">
        <input id="email" type="text" name="email" placeholder="My email" class="login-input">
        <input id="password" type="password" name="password" placeholder="My password" class="login-input">
        <div id="error" class="error"></div>
        <input id="go-button" type="button" value="Sign in" class="login-input">
        <div class="mode">
          <span id="sign-up" class="as-link">Sign up</span>
          /
          <span id="sign-in" class="as-link">Sign in</span>
        </div>
      </div>

      <div style="text-align: center; font-family: sans-serif;">or</div>

      <e-google-oauth-button
        class="customSignIn"
        data-client-id="8310979471-lvmkisk1b33fjd25pjjqe8v8fa72rq2q.apps.googleusercontent.com"
        data-redirect-url="/../google"
        data-cookiepolicy="single_host_origin"
        data-scope="profile"
        data-request-token-key="googleToken"
        data-response-name="responseWithToken"
        data-actions-on-response="
          saveToLocalStorage('jwt', '${responseWithToken.body.jwt}');
          reload();
        "
      >
        <span id="google-icon" class="icon"></span>
        <span class="buttonText">Sign in with Google</span>
      </e-google-oauth-button>
    </template>
  </div>
</body>
.customSignIn {
    margin: 10px auto;
    background: white;
    color: #444;
    width: 200px;
    border-radius: 5px;
    border: thin solid #888;
    box-shadow: 1px 1px 1px grey;
    white-space: nowrap;
    display: block;
}

.customSignIn:hover {
  cursor: pointer;
}

#google-icon {
  background: url('/../images/g-logo.png') transparent 5px 50% no-repeat;
}

span.icon {
  display: inline-block;
  vertical-align: middle;
  width: 48px;
  height: 48px;
}

span.buttonText {
  display: inline-block;
  vertical-align: middle;
  font-size: 14px;
  font-weight: bold;
  margin-left: 5px;
  font-family: 'Roboto', sans-serif;
}

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E-PAGE-WITH-URL

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<body class="main">
  <template is="e-page-with-url" data-url-pattern="/e-page-url.html/{one}/{two}/{three}?{query}">
    <input data-value="${urlParams.one}"/>
    <input data-value="${urlParams.two}"/>
    <input data-value="${urlParams.three}"/>
    <input data-value="${urlParams.query}"/>
  </template>
</body>

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E-PAGE-WITH-URL + E-JSON

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<body class="main">
  <template is="e-page-with-url" data-url-pattern="/e-page-url-with-e-json.html?{name}">
    <div class="base">
      <e-json
        data-src="/../profile?name=${urlParams.name}"
        data-response-name="profileResponse"
        data-actions-on-response="mapToTemplate('${profileResponse}', '#profile-template')"
        data-ajax-icon="#ajax-icon"
      >
        <div class="profile-box">
          <img class="ajax-icon" id="ajax-icon" src="/../images/ajax-icon.svg"/>
          <template id="profile-template" data-object-name="profileResponse">
            <template is="e-if" data-condition-to-display="${profileResponse.statusCode === 200}">
              <img class="photo" src="${profileResponse.body.photo}"/>
              <div class="user-info">
                <div class="name" data-text="${profileResponse.body.name}"></div>
                <div class="email" data-text="${profileResponse.body.email}"></div>
                <div class="other-details">
                  <div data-text="Age: ${profileResponse.body.age}"></div>
                  <div data-text="Country: ${profileResponse.body.country}"></div>
                  <div data-text="Profession: ${profileResponse.body.profession}"></div>
                </div>
              </div>
            </template>
            <template is="e-if" data-condition-to-display="${profileResponse.statusCode === 404}">
              <div class="error-box">
                User Not Found
              </div>
            </template>
          </template>
        </div>
      </e-json>
    </div> 
  </template>
</body>

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E-TURBOLINK

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<body>
  <div style="margin-left: 20px; margin-top: 20px;">
    <e-turbolink data-href="/../html/big.html" data-with-progress-bar="progress-bar">GO TO NICE PIC</e-turbolink>
  </div>
</body>

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E-PAGE-WITH-URL + E-SELECT (with turbo-redirect)

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<body class="main">
  <template is="e-page-with-url" data-url-pattern="/turbo-actions.html?{color}">
    <div class="base">
      <e-select
        class="big-select"
        name="color" 
        value="${urlParams.color}"
        onchange="
          window.turboRedirect(this, (target) => {
            return '/../e-page-with-url-and-e-select-with-turbo-redirect.html?color=' + target.value
          })
        "
      >
        <option value="red" name="color">Red</option>
        <option value="green" name="color">Green</option>
        <option value="blue" name="color">Blue</option>
      </e-select>
      <div id="color" width="100px;">
        <div class="circle" style="background: ${urlParams.color};"></div>
      </div>
    </div>
  </template>
</body>

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Answers for potential testimonials

You are saying that with EHTML I can develop a web app without using any JavaScript code, but it seems to me that it has not so many features, so I can just start working with that. How are you going to explain that?

It's true. Right now EHTML has few essential features that you can use only for very simple applications like admin pages or something like that. But it's only the first version, and new features and tools in this library is just a question of time and effort that me and probably you can put into it.

But even now you can build quite interesting things just using simple html: loading pages with some information from endpoints, sending forms, making navigations with turbolinks, making authorization via google and getting url parameters by specified pattern.

EHTML does not have a lot of stuff, I know. But the approach that this library provides is phenomenal, at least to me. Yes, I cannot build complex things with EHTML yet, but I can build simple things with it so easily that no other library can do.

But you still use inline JavaScript in HTML!

It's true. But it's not so critical and at least it looks declarative if you just invoke functions there and no more. In the future we can introduce new different components which could encapsulate all predefined events and behaviour, so we would not have to write even inline JavaScript. But for the moment, it's good enough as a temporary solution.

If you have any questions or concers about EHTML, please feel free to share them in the issues.

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