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Inertia.js Mithril Adapter

This is the Mithril.js client-side adapter for Inertia. Inertia.js lets you quickly build modern single-page apps using classic server-side routing and controllers, without building an API.To use Inertia.js you need both a server-side adapter as well as a client-side adapter.

Server-side setup

Be sure to follow the installation instructions for the server-side framework you use.

Client-side setup

Install dependencies

Install the Mithril adapter using your preferred package manager (NPM is provided below for reference).

npm install @maicol07/inertia-mithril

Initialize app

Next, update your main JavaScript file to boot your Inertia app. To accomplish this, we'll initialize Mithril with the base Inertia component.

import m from 'mithril'
import { createInertiaApp } from '@maicol07/inertia-mithril'

  resolve: name => {
    const pages = import.meta.glob('./Pages/**/*.jsx', { eager: true })
    return pages[`./Pages/${name}.jsx`]
  setup({ el, App, props }) {
    if (!el) {
      throw new Error("No mounting HTMLElement found");

    m.mount(el, {
        view: () => m(App, props) // or with JSX: m.mount(el, <App {...props}/>)

The setup callback receives everything necessary to initialize Mithril, including the root Inertia App component.

The resolve callback tells Inertia how to load a page component. It receives a page name (string), and returns a page component module. How you implement this callback depends on which bundler (Vite or Webpack) you're using.

Visit the Inertia Client-side setup page to learn more.

Shared data

To share data between server and Mithril, it's pretty simple:

  1. Follow the Shared data instructions for the server
  2. You can access data via the vnode.attrs.page.props in your page component.

Title & meta

To be developed


To create links to other pages within an Inertia app, you will typically use the Inertia <Link> component. This component is a light wrapper around a standard anchor <a> link that intercepts click events and prevents full page reloads from occurring. This is how Inertia provides a single-page app experience once your application has been loaded.

Creating links

To create an Inertia link, use the Inertia Link component. Note, any attributes you provide will be proxied to the underlying HTML tag.

import {Link} from '@maicol07/inertia-mithril'

m(Link, {href: '/'}, 'Home')
// or use JSX:
// <Link href="/"></Link>

Almost all the other features are explained in Inertia docs (the React adapter syntax is very similar to Mithril one).

Demo (outdated)

Here is a working demo using this adapter.


More about Inertia

Visit inertiajs.com to learn more.


npm i @maicol07/inertia-mithril

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