Fragment class represents a chunk of DOM that is rendered once with Mithril and then takes
over control of its own DOM and lifecycle.
This is very similar to the
Component wrapper class, but is used for more fine-grained control over
the rendering and display of some significant chunks of the DOM. In contrast to components, fragments
do not offer Mithril's lifecycle hooks.
Use this when you want to enjoy the benefits of JSX / VDOM for initial rendering, combined with small helper methods that then make updates to that DOM directly, instead of fully redrawing everything through Mithril.
This should only be used when necessary, and only with
m.render. If you are unsure whether you need
Component, you probably need Component`.
The root DOM element for the fragment.
Returns a jQuery object for this fragment's element. If you pass in a selector string, this method will return a jQuery object, using the current element as its buffer.
For example, calling
fragment.$('li') will return a jQuery object
containing all of the
li elements inside the DOM element of this
the jQuery object for the DOM node
Get the renderable virtual DOM that represents the fragment's view.
This should NOT be overridden by subclasses. Subclasses wishing to define their virtual DOM should override Fragment#view instead.
Creates a view out of virtual elements.
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