Tiny DOM-element creation utility. Exports a single (default) value, which is a function that you call with:
A tag name string or DOM element.
Optionally an attribute object mapping names to values. When the values are strings, they are added to the element with
setAttribute. When they have another type, they are assigned as regular properties (mostly useful for event handlers via
onclickand such). When an attribute's value is null or undefined, it is not assigned.
Any number of children, which may be null (ignored), strings (added as text nodes), DOM nodes (added), or arrays (each element is added separately).
The function returns a DOM element.
This software is licensed under an MIT license.