MetaPlatform's metaJS UI Framework
MetaJS is pack of libraries which provides UI building blocks using web-components and HTML5 features.
See official project site for detailed info, tutorials and components reference.
MetaJS is using experimental HTML5 Web Component features which are not part of living standard and is not fully suported by web browsers.
MetaJS currently natively works only in Google Chrome.
- Custom elements
- HTML imports
- HTML templates
- Shadow DOM
Maybe some polyfill library can help, but not tested yet.
MetaJS is in early stage of development, API may change.
View is wrapper for reusable metaJS templates and provides dynamic event-binding
Fragment is basic reusable UI block which is using Views and adds a view logic.
Example usage: header, toolbar, search box, list view, etc...
Activity extends fragment and provides top UI element for specific user-experience.
Example usage: customer list, customer detail, user account, etc...
Various reactive model implementations.
Implementation of publish / subscribe pattern.
Usefull utility functions which are used by other MetaJS components.
See demo directory for working examples and advanced usage.
Demos are also available on: MetaJS on MetaPlatform's repository
See examples directory for working applications.
npm install gulp [all|all-dev|template|view|fragment|activity|utils|providers|channel|clean]
Minified versions of individual components are also available in dist directory.
- Meta-services API client
- Content providers (for MetaAPI types)
- Activity / Fragment modal dialogs
MetaJS is licensed under MIT license - see LICENSE.md
Copyright (c) Jiri Hybek, email@example.com