- employs a familiar, frugal, and powerful API that includes declarative composition as well as traditional type specialization.
- faster than almost all and as fast as any component-construction library
- no compilation step required
- zero external dependencies in the library code
- FreeBSD licensed
Backdraft is extensively documented at backdraftjs.org
Note: master is under dev; if you want a working version, use npm.
npm install bd-core
yarn add bd-core
bower install --save bd-core
For more details see http://backdraftjs.org/install.html
The Backdraft library makes no judgement about how you condition your code for production. Further, the library was designed from the ground up to avoid the need for extra code (and, therefore, complexity) in a "development" version. Therefore, simply include Backdraft in your build as if it was your own code; there is nothing more to it than that.
To run the tests, start a http server that can serve the project directory and navigate to
If you have a usage question, please open an issue on stackoverflow; please tag the question with "backdraft".
If you've found a bug, please open an issue in this repository. Your chances of getting attention are much higher if you provide a reproducible test case.
You may also request an enhancement by opening an issue. Again, your chances of getting that enhancement incorporated into future releases are much higher if you provide a pull request with a test.
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