Tower Server DOM
A DOM implementation for Node.js using Google's Gumbo (HTML5 Parser written in C).
These are the initial requirements for this module.
- HTML5 specification implementation (thanks to Gumbo)
- Solid & Simple API
- No Memory Leaks(!)
- Fast (thanks to Gumbo)
npm install tower-server-dom
var dom = ;
Parse some HTML:
Get a document object:
var document = document;
Get a window object:
var window = window;
Serialize the DOM:
var document = document;var string = documentchildNodes0outerHTML;
var dom = ;
Returns an object containing
; // options are currently not used.
We use mocha for all the tests.
The MIT License (MIT)
Copyright (c) 2013 Daniel Fagnan firstname.lastname@example.org Lance Pollard email@example.com
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