Allows the creation of HTML templates that are injected into an HTML element.

Usage no npm install needed!

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What is html-injector?

A lightweight library that allows the creation of reusable HTML templates.

Who is this for?

  • Those that want JSX without the bloat.
  • Those that hate seeing a triple digit dependcy list when isntalling a package.
  • Those that need an HTML generator that's lightweight and extensible.



npm install 54696d654a6f6c74/html-injector


The recommended way of using this lib is to have JS files that hold const values that act as HTML. Then importing the neccessary variables in the JS files that handle frontend and injecting them into the DOM.

Gettings started

Importing the library into your templates.js file:
const { Tag } = require('@54696d654a6f6c74/html-injector')
Creating a basic template:
const template = 
new Tag("div", [
  new Tag("h1", "Hello world!")
Extracting HTML from the template:
Controlling attributes:

Import the Attribute module:

const { Tag, Attribute } = require('@54696d654a6f6c74/html-injector')

Add attributes to the template:

const template = 
new Tag("div", [
  new Tag("h1", "Hello world!", [new Attribute("id", "main-header")])
new Attribute("class", "container"),
new Attribute("id", "main-page-container")]

Note that the attributes must be contained in a list [].

Injecting to the DOM

Import the Injector module:

const injector = require("@54696d654a6f6c74/html-injector").Injector;

Inject template into element with target ID "jolt"

injector.bindHTML(template, "jolt");

Note: The bind function can be used for a list of templates or list of targets with the same length as the list of templates.



const inner = 
new Tag("div", [
    new Tag("h2", "Nesting", [new Attribute("id", "test")]),
    new Tag("h3", "example"),
    new Tag("h4", "works!!!")

const outer = 
new Tag("div" , [
    new Tag("h1", "Poop"),

Incremented indexing

let counter = 0;
test_template = 
new Tag("div", [
    new Tag("button", "Option 1", [new Attribute("onclick", `select(${counter++})`)]),
    new Tag("button", "Option 2", [new Attribute("onclick" , `select(${counter++})`)])