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brig-module

0.0.1 • Public • Published

brig-module

Module framework for brig, to let developer implement own module for brig easily.

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Installation

Install module via NPM

npm install brig-module

Create Your NPM module for brig

With brig-module, you can create useful brig module which can be packaged and published to NPM server.

First Step

The first step is making preparation for your own NPM package. Create a project which includes structure:

  • types/
    • MyItem.js
  • index.js
  • package.json
  • README.md

Note that: If you don't know how to package a NPM module, please go to NPM official website to learn more.

Second Step

The entry of this NPM module is index.js, it should contains:

index.js

var BrigModule = require('brig-module');
 
var brigModule = new BrigModule();
 
brigModule.addType(require('./types/MyItem'));
 
module.export = brigModule;

Third Step: Create customized type

Implement your QML type by using BrigModule.TypePrototype.

types/MyItem.js

var BrigModule = require('brig-module');
 
// Create prototype of type named MyItem
var proto = module.exports = new BrigModule.TypePrototype('MyItem');
 
// This type has a property named msg, which has default value.
proto.defineProperty('msg', 'hello');
 
// This type has a method named sum, which has two parameters
proto.defineMethod('sum(a,b)', function(a, b) {
    return a + b;
});
 
// instance of type was created
proto.on('instance-created', function(instance) {
 
    instance.on('msgChanged', function() {
    console.log('msg was changed, new value is ' + insntace.getProperty('msg'));
    });
 
});

Fourth Step: Package and publish your module

Now you can package your brig module which contains your customized type. Using NPM command to make a link or upload package to NPM server.

npm publish

Fifth Step: Using your module and customized QML type in your application

Load your module in your brig application:

app.js

const Brig = require('brig');
const brigMyItem = require('brig-myitem');
 
const brig = new Brig();
 
brig.on('ready', (brig) => {
 
  // Load your module
  brig.loadModule(brigMyItem);
  
  brig.open('Application.qml', (err, window) => {
    // You have a window here
  });
});

Then your customized QML type can be used in QML enviromnet:

Application.js

import QtQuick 2.3
import QtQuick.Controls 2.0
import Brig.MyItem 1.0
 
ApplicationWindow {
    visible: true;
    color: 'black';
    title: 'My Application';
    width: 1280;
    height: 768;
 
    MyItem {
        id: myItem;
        msg: 'new msg';
    }
  
    Component.onCompleted: {
        var ret = myItem.sum(1, 2);
        console.log(ret);
    }
}

License

Licensed under the MIT License

Authors

Copyright(c) 2017 Fred Chien <cfsghost@gmail.com>

Keywords

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0.0.1

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