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    A client/server wrapper around clues.js, providing client access to clues solving to a browser or node client with local fact/logic space.


    The server is initialized by providing base logic and optionally some options function(logic,options)

    Available options are:

    • safe : Disregards any input that would otherwise overwrite a logic function with same name
    • debug Provide debug information with error messages

    The initialized server is a function that can be placed into express paths. If no arguments are given to the function, the API access is unrestricted, with requested variables (comma-delimited) in the req.param.fn. If a specific array of values is given to the function, it will solve those variables only. The user must provide all the inputs either as a JSON blob in the body and/or as querystring variables.




    The client can be loaded in a browser or required into node.js and inherits clues.js . A client is initialized by reptile(logic,inputs,options) and can subsequently be used to solve for facts / render widgets based on data. The inputs should be a json array of known local facts. The following options can be specified

    • url The default base url for the reptiles-server, by default '/api/'
    • request A list of options provided to the request object (if run on node)
    • delay The client tries to aggregate multiple request for data into a single request.
    • applyFn An optional function run every time a fact has been resolved

    In addition to providing all standard clues.js functions, the client also provides the following (browser only):

    • render(element) This function looks at the data-reptile attribute and solves for the logic function with the same name. The logic function can use the argument element to gain access to the dom element itself. If data-reptile is comma delimited the client will try to resolve the first value and then moving on to the next if the first resulted in an error, etc.
    • renderAll(element) This function will call render(element) on all subnodes that have data-reptile defined.




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