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stringdom

0.2.0 • Public • Published

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The W3C DOM powered by text. Built on top of htmlparser2 and CSSSelect.

Usage

This library is published on npm as "stringdom". Install it via:

$ npm install stringdom

It exports a single constructor function for Document objects. Documents can be initialized with a defaultView object (i.e. the global window reference) and the parsing options supported by htmlparser2.

var Document = require('stringdom');
 
var document = new Document();
var ul;
 
document.write('<h1>Soul Food Cafe</h1><ul></ul>');
 
ul = document.getElementsByTagName('ul')[0];
 
ul.innerHTML = '<li></li><li></li>';
document.querySelectorAll('li')[0].textContent = 'toasted white bread';
ul.lastChild.textContent = 'four fried chickens and Coke';
 
ul.setAttriubute('class', 'orders');
 
console.log(document.documentElement.innerHTML);
// '<h1>Soul Food Cafe</h1><ul class="orders"><li>toasted white bread</li><li>four fried chickens and a Coke</li></ul>';

Limitations

  • Pseudoselectors The CSSSelect engine is extremely fast, but some of its optimizations preclude the use of certain pseudo selectors. This includes :first and :last.
  • Live NodeLists Unlike in true web browser contexts, all selections made with Stringdom are static--existing element collections will not be updated as their document is modified.

License

Copyright (c) 2014 Mike Pennisi
Licensed under the MIT Expat license.

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Install

npm i stringdom

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Version

0.2.0

License

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