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pagedjs

0.1.30 • Public • Published
Paged.js logo - pagination in the browser

Paged.js - Paged Media Tools

NPM Module

$ npm install pagedjs
import { Previewer } from 'pagedjs';
 
let paged = new Previewer();
let flow = paged.preview(DOMContent, ["path/to/css/file.css"], document.body).then((flow) => {
    console.log("Rendered", flow.total, "pages.");
})

Polyfill

Add the the paged.polyfill.js script to replace all @page css and render the html page with the Paged Media styles applied:

<script src="https://unpkg.com/pagedjs/dist/paged.polyfill.js"></script>

Try the polyfill with Aurorae.

By default the polyfill will run automatically as soon as the DOM is ready. However, you can add an async before function or return a Promise to delay the polyfill starting.

<script>
    window.PagedConfig = {
        before: () => {
            return new Promise(resolve, reject) {
                setTimeout(() => { resolve() }, 1000);
            }
        },
        after: (flow) => { console.log("after", flow) },
    };
</script> 

Otherwise you can disable auto running the previewer and call window.PagedPolyfill.preview(); whenever you want to start.

<script>
    window.PagedConfig = {
        auto: false
        after: (flow) => { console.log("after", flow) },
    };
 
    setTimeout(() => {
        window.PagedPolyfill.preview();
    }, 1000);
</script> 

Chunker

Chunks up a document into paged media flows and applies print classes.

Examples:

Polisher

Converts @page css to classes, and applies counters and content.

Examples:

CLI

Command line interface to render out PDFs of HTML files using Puppeteer: https://gitlab.pagedmedia.org/polyfills/pagedjs-cli.

Modules

Modules are groups of handlers for that apply the layout and styles of a CSS module, such as Generated Content.

New handlers can be registered from import { registerHandlers } from 'pagedjs' or by calling Paged.registerHandlers on an html page.

<script src="https://unpkg.com/pagedjs/dist/paged.polyfill.js"></script>
<script>
    class MyHandler extends Paged.Handler {
        constructor(chunker, polisher, caller) {
            super(chunker, polisher, caller);
        }
 
        afterPageLayout(pageFragment, page) {
            console.log(pageFragment);
        }
    }
    Paged.registerHandlers(MyHandler);
</script> 

Handlers have methods that correspond to the hooks for the parsing, layout and rendering of the Chunker and Polisher. Returning an promise or async function from a method in a handler will complete that task before continuing with the other registered methods for that hook.

// Chunker
beforeParsed(content)
afterParsed(parsed)
beforePageLayout(page)
afterPageLayout(pageElement, page, breakToken)
afterRendered(pages)
 
// Polisher
beforeTreeParse(text, sheet)
beforeTreeWalk(ast)
afterTreeWalk(ast, sheet)
onUrl(urlNode)
onAtPage(atPageNode)
onRule(ruleNode)
onDeclaration(declarationNode, ruleNode)
onContent(contentNode, declarationNode, ruleNode)

Setup

Install dependencies

$ npm install

Development

Run the local dev-server with livereload and autocompile on http://localhost:9090/

$ npm start

Deployment

Build the dist output

$ npm run prepare

Testing

Testing for Paged.js uses Jest but is split into Tests and Specs.

Tests

Unit tests for Chunker and Polisher methods are run in node using JSDOM.

npm run tests

Specs

Specs run a html file in Chrome (using puppeteer) to test against CSS specifications.

They can also output a pdf and compare pages (one at a time) in that PDF with samples PDFs (saved as images).

To test the pdf output of specs, you'll need to build the library locally.

npm run build

Then run the jest tests in puppeteer.

npm run specs

To debug the results of a test in a browser you can add NODE_ENV=debug

NODE_ENV=debug npm run specs

To update the stored pdf images you can run

npm run specs -- --updateSnapshot

Docker

A pagedmedia/pagedjs docker image contains all the dependencies needed to run the pagedjs development server, as well as the pdf comparison tests.

To build the image run

docker build -t pagedmedia/pagedjs .  

By default the container will run the development server with npm start

docker run -it -p 9090:9090 pagedmedia/pagedjs

The tests and specs can be run within the container by passing a seccomp file for Chrome and running npm test

docker run -it --security-opt 'seccomp=seccomp.json' pagedmedia/pagedjs npm test

Contributors

Core team

The core team behind paged.js includes Adam Hyde, Julie Blanc, Fred Chasen & Julien Taquet.

Licence

MIT License (MIT), which you can read here

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