I'm writing blog posts at https://lucasdicioccio.github.io/ and I would like to illustrate individual blog posts with interactive animations.
In such blog posts, each interactive animation will be a refinement of the
previous one. Hence, animations would share a large amount of code and logic.
.js file per
animation. Instead, I'd like to have a single
.js which is then parametrized
but the exact dance is a bit annoying to perform.
Insert a HTML data-attribute
data-humdrum-arg to the
script tag inserting your application.
Use the library function to either fetch or immediately process the attribute value.
module Main where import Prelude import Effect (Effect) import Effect.Console (log) import HumDrum (mainWithDataArg) main :: Effect Unit main = do mainWithDataArg (log <<< show)
<script src="js/my-app.js" data-humdrum-arg="hello"></script> <script src="js/my-app.js" data-humdrum-arg="world"></script>
Your console should show:
(Just "hello") (Just "world")
Confirming that the program is able to branch early based on the
data-humdrum-arg attribute selected.