A DOM Builder plugin for jQuery
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A DOM Node builder for jQuery in the spirit of Scriptaculous Builder.node
var $b = $build;var elem =;
This generates a jQuery wrapped DOM node in the elem variable with the HTML content:
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Additionally, the button element has a click handler bound to to it.
The return of each call to $.build is a jQuery object, which makes all kinds of fun function chaining possible. This is an overly simple example, though, and doesn't show much of the power and flexibility of the syntax. For more in-depth code samples and use cases see the examples and tests folders.
This can be run server-side in node.js when used with a dom implmentation like jsdom. Take a look at the tests for an example of doing this.
You can install with
npm install jquery.build
You can run the tests with
Copyright (c) 2011 Ian Taylor
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