Convert a string of HTML into an Incremental DOM render.
HTML parsing done by htmlparser2, which is a very fast and accurate HTML parser. However, it comes at a cost up front as it adds around 40kb (min and gzipped) to your code.
If that dependency is too large,then there is a light version (
require("html2idom/light")) using html-parse-stringy, which is much smaller in size, but slower when parsing HTML. If you are only dealing with small sets of HTML, then this option might be better.
npm install html2idom
var patchHTML = require("html2idom").patchHTML; // get you view's el var el = document.getElementById("view"); var html = "<h1 class='greetings'>Hello, World</h1>"; // apply the HTML to the el via incremental dom patchHTML(el, HTML);