noflo-polymer

    3.0.0 • Public • Published

    noflo-polymer

    This project provides a binding between Polymer web components and NoFlo, allowing Polymer components to be used as components in a NoFlo graph. The attributes of a Polymer element become the input ports of the NoFlo component, and the events emitted by the Polymer element become the output ports.

    Status

    In production with noflo-ui

    Installation

    Add this component to your dependencies:

    $ npm install noflo-polymer --save

    In addit you need a working setup of Polymer and NoFlo.

    Usage

    Since Polymer elements don't support introspection yet, you need to utilize the noflo-polymer custom element for informing NoFlo of the attributes and events of your custom elements.

    For example:

    <noflo-polymer name="the-graph" inports="graph width height" outports="changed"></noflo-polymer>

    After this you'll have a polymer/the-graph component available with the following ports:

    • Input
      • element (for providing an element instance either queried from DOM or as a result of document.createElement
      • graph (modifies the graph attribute)
      • width (modifies the width attribute)
      • height (modifies the height attribute)
    • Output
      • element (the same element instance, passed through
      • changed (sends output when the element fires a changed event)

    Changes

    • 3.0.0 (November 04 2020)
      • Ported to Polymer 3.x
    • 2.0.1 (November 10 2017)
      • Made noflo-polymer not import polymer.html since paths may be different in production use. Consumers must import it themselves
      • Added a true payload to the noflo:ready event emitted when a Polymer element is bound to a NoFlo component instance
    • 2.0.0 (November 10 2017)
      • Ported components from CoffeeScript to ES6
      • Upgraded Polymer from 1.x to 2.x

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    Install

    npm i noflo-polymer

    DownloadsWeekly Downloads

    57

    Version

    3.0.0

    License

    MIT

    Unpacked Size

    27.3 kB

    Total Files

    14

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    Collaborators

    • bergie