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* and adds variables, variable memoization, encapsulation, multiple-inheritance and
* type polymorphism (with the Node Prototype as the user defined type) In logical
* terms, it offers a list-based API for creating, updating, and deleting predetermined
- * DOM structures with the ability to dynamically nest and directly access other
- * predetermined DOM structures at any depth within them.
- *
+ * DOM structures with the ability to dynamically link and directly access other
+ * predetermined DOM structures at any depth within them, thus giving us a simple and
+ * consistent alternative to the DOM's hierarchical API and allowing us to reduce the
+ * amount of HTML as well as separate the HTML from our presentation logic.
+ *
* Why use it?
*
* idi.bidi.dom reduces HTML on a page to a minimum and places a simple and consistent
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* derived from NattyJS v0.08: a BSD licensed precursor by the same author
*
*/
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-
+
<br>
<img src= "idom.png";/>
<br>
+/*
+ * idi.bidi.dom - Anti-Templating Framework For Javascript -- offers a radically
+ * different way for interfacting with the DOM. In abstract terms, it takes the DOM
+ * and adds variables, variable memoization, encapsulation, multiple-inheritance and
+ * type polymorphism (with the Node Prototype as the user defined type) In logical
+ * terms, it offers a list-based API for creating, updating, and deleting predetermined
+ * DOM structures with the ability to dynamically link and directly access other
+ * predetermined DOM structures at any depth within them, thus giving us a simple and
+ * consistent alternative to the DOM's hierarchical API and allowing us to reduce the
+ * amount of HTML as well as separate the HTML from our presentation logic.
+ *
+ */
+<br>
Example:
<br>
<div style='color: gray'>
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* and adds variables, variable memoization, encapsulation, multiple-inheritance and
* type polymorphism (with the Node Prototype as the user defined type) In logical
* terms, it offers a list-based API for creating, updating, and deleting predetermined
- * DOM structures with the ability to dynamically nest and directly access other
- * predetermined DOM structures at any depth within them.
+ * DOM structures with the ability to dynamically link and directly access other
+ * predetermined DOM structures at any depth within them, thus giving us a simple and
+ * consistent alternative to the DOM's hierarchical API and allowing us to reduce the
+ * amount of HTML as well as separate the HTML from our presentation logic.
*
* Why use it?
*

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