A simple framework for building ambitious UI, without thinking about how everything will be displayed.
By the way, you can ⭐️ the project to support it 😊
The browser support table is not 100% accurate. The ⛔ means that I didn't test DisplayJS for that browser.
|52+ ✅||52+ ✅||10+⛔||40+ ✅||9+ ✅||5.2+ ⛔|
To use display.js, you'll need to download display.js and add it in your js folder. Or, you can add these line of code in the head or in the body of your page:
// Add DisplayJS
or you can install DisplayJS using npm
$ npm install display.js
// Create a var for Display.JS. You don't have to add the $ var, you can change the name.var $ = window;
DisplayJS is a project that required a lot of work and effort. You can show your appreciation by leaving a ⭐️. But you can also contribute in a 'financial' way by giving some XMRs (if you have no idea of what this is, look for Monero on Google) at this address:
Please read CONTRIBUTING.md for details on our code of conduct, and the process for submitting pull requests to us.
Made a website using the DisplayJS?
Add the built with DisplayJS badge to your
Feel free to send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, and I might add your site to an examples section I'm currently working on.
- Arthur Guiot - Initial work - @arguiot
- Nikhil Bhaskar - Added aliases for the
$.var()function - @Nikhil22
- devrafalko - Helped a lot for the
$.math()function - @devrafalko
- Irving Ventura - Fixed a merge issue - @irvingv8
- Vladimir B. - Fixed the global export warning - @ange007
- ChenSheng - Fixed
$.s()function - @Cslove
See also the list of contributors who participated in this project. If you don't code but you have great ideas, don't hesitate to write your idea in the issue part. If your idea is accepted, I will add you to this list 😊.
- Thank You
- for support
This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the LICENSE file for details.
Copyright © 2017 Arthur Guiot All Rights Reserved.