Single page application framework for KnockoutJS
one having or covering a specified number or kind of pages - Merriam-Webster
See the demo.
This makes it easier to design very large scale single page web sites.
This readme is for version 1.0rc1.
See the demo.
pager.js is not depending on any CSS framework!
For developing pager.js you'll also need
Developing a huge single page application should be like developing multiple small pages. That is the only way you'll be able to scale up and out the development. In order to ease development in the large pager.js got
These MVVM-triads can be developed in isolation and later on connected.
pager.js is not depending on anything but jQuery and KnockoutJS. You can use it together with any CSS framework.
pager.min.history.js if you want to use it together with History.js.
Currently working on development version 0.7, towards stable version 0.8.
Fork this repo. Install all dependencies (node.js, grunt, phnatomjs). Run all tests
grunt qunit). Run jslint (
grunt lint). Make your changes. Run all tests and the linter again. Send a pull request.
pager.js is under MIT license.
Copyright (c) 2013 Oscar Finnsson
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