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README.md

angular-jsx

Do you use Angular? Are you tired of putting your templates in separate files or trying to escape them in strings?

With the angular-jsx library you can use JSX-style templates directly in your directives. The templates are converted to strings that Angular can understand.

Used by

Examples

Input

angular.module("foo").directive("bar",
    function() {
        return {
            template: <div>This is a simple example.</div>
        };
    }
);

Output

angular.module("foo").directive("bar",
    function() {
        return {
            template: "<div>This is a simple example.</div>"
        };
    }
);

Input

angular.module("foo").directive("bar",
    function() {
        return {
            template: (
                <div>
                    <h1>{{title}}</h1>
                    <div class="bar" ng-click="go()">This is a bit more <em>advanced</em>.</div>
                    <div className="bar">className will be converted to class.</div>
                </div>
            )
        }
    }
);

Output

angular.module("foo").directive("bar",
    function() {
        return {
            template: (
                "<div>\n    <h1>{{title}}</h1>\n    <div class=\"bar\" ng-click=\"go()\">This is a bit more <em>advanced</em>.</div>\n    <div class=\"bar\">className will be converted to class.</div>\n</div>"
            )
        }
    }
);

Usage

var angularjsx = require("angular-jsx");
var output = angularjsx.convert(input);

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