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OPrime HTML5 Experimentation libraries written in MontageJS

Getting Started

On the server

Install the module with: npm install oprime-montage

var OPrime = require('OPrime');
var experiment = new OPrime.Experiment();;

In the browser

Download the production version or the development version.

In your web page:

<script src="dist/oprime-montage.min.js"></script>
var experiment = new Experiment();;

In your code, you can attach OPrime's methods to any object.

var exports = Bocoup.utils;
<script src="dist/oprime-montage.min.js"></script>
var experiment = new Bocoup.utils.Experiment();;



The template contains the following files and directories:

  • index.html
  • package.json – Describes your app and its dependencies
  • README.markdown – This readme. Replace the current content with a description of your app
  • ui/ – Directory containing all the UI .reel directories.
    • main.reel – The main interface component
  • core/ – Directory containing all core code for your app.
  • node_modules/ – Directory containing all npm packages needed, including Montage. Any packages here must be included as dependencies in package.json for the Montage require to find them.
  • assets/ – Assets such as global styles and images for your app
  • test/ – Directory containing tests for your app.
    • all.js – Module that point the test runner to all your jasmine specs.
  • run-tests.html – Page to run jasmine tests manually in your browser

Create the following directories if you need them:

  • locale/ – Directory containing localized content.
  • scripts/ – Directory containing other JS libraries. If a library doesn’t support the CommonJS "exports" object it will need to be loaded through a <script> tag.


See test directory


In lieu of a formal styleguide, take care to maintain the existing coding style. Add unit tests for any new or changed functionality. Lint and test your code using Grunt.

Also, please don't edit files in the "dist" subdirectory as they are generated via Grunt. You'll find source code in the "lib" subdirectory!

Release History

Currently in feasibilty study...


Copyright (c) 2013
Licensed under the Apache, 2.0 licenses.