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addtopage

1.2.8 • Public • Published

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a tiny resource injector

What's it do?

This helps add content to a web page using one line of code when all you remember is the URI. For example, if you want to add Moment.js to a page, you can just:

addtopage('http://momentjs.com/downloads/moment.min.js')

But it doesn't just load JavaScript. You can load images and stylesheets now, and lots more is planned.

// add an image
addtopage('/path/to/an/image')
 
// add a stylesheet
addtopage('//maxcdn.bootstrapcdn.com/bootstrap/3.3.6/css/bootstrap.min.css')

What's the point in using this?

It's original purpose was so I could inject stuff into a page without having to actually edit the page — anything I needed could be added from the browser console. However, it can also be used to asynchronously load site assets using one line of code.

Even though this is currently a tiny, simple asset-loading library (if it can even be called a "library"), lots of awesome stuff is planned in the near future!

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npm i addtopage

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Version

1.2.8

License

MIT

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