node.js binding for JSX

Usage no npm install needed!

<script type="module">
  import nodejsJsx from '';


nodejs.jsx - node.js binding for JSX


$ cat > package.json
  "dependencies": {
    "nodejs.jsx": "~ 0.1.1"
$ npm install
$ cat > myapp.jsx
import "nodejs.jsx/*.jsx";

class _Main {
    static main(args : string[]) : void {
        log "hello node.js!";
$ jsx myapp.jsx

Notes to Committers

Please feel free to contact Kazuho if you are still not sure how you should add bindings after reading the rules below.

  • file layout should be the same as node.js
    • e.g. definitions in the fs module should be bound to nodejs/fs.jsx
  • preloaded globals should go into nodejs.jsx
    • e.g. the process and module objects
  • inheritance at the binding level should reflect those of the node.js implementation -- e.g. stream.Writable is a sub-class of stream.Readable (not stream.Writable)