A simple combinator library for generating HTML in PureScript, heavily inspired by Haskell's BlazeHtml.
Write HTML elements as functions, with the
! combinator to add attributes, and do notation to add child elements:
doc = html ! lang "en" $ do h1 $ text "My HTML Document" p $ do text "This is my HTML document. It is " em $ text "very" text " nice. " a ! href "more.html" $ text "There is more."
You can render lists of items inside the do notation using
import Data.Foldable (for_, traverse_) items = ["fear", "surprise", "ruthless efficiency"] item i = li $ text i bulletList = ul $ do for_ items item -- or traverse_ item items
#! combinator to attach event handlers:
import Control.Monad.Eff.Console (log) doc = div ! className "not-a-form" $ do button #! on "click" (\event → log "boom!") $ text "boom"
You can render the markup to a string:
import Text.Smolder.Renderer.String (render) doc = html ! lang "en" $ do body $ do h1 $ text "Hello Joe" docAsString = render doc -- "<html lang=\"en\"><body><h1>Hello Joe</h1></body></html>"
There are other renderers available, such as a renderer for DOM nodes.
The type of the markup is
Markup e, where the
e is the type of the event handler, which is only important when you want to render your markup. For rendering to the DOM, this would have to be
EventListener (dom :: DOM | eff). The string renderer accepts any type for
e, as it ignores event handlers altogether.
Markup e is a type alias for
MarkupM e Unit, and it's implemented as a free monad behind the scenes, but you don't need to worry about that at all. Unless you're writing your own renderer, you should just use
Markup e in your own code.
Copyright 2015 Bodil Stokke
This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
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