tyxml-ppx

PPX to write TyXML documents with the HTML syntax
README

TyXML is a library for building statically correct HTML5 and SVG documents:

open Tyxml
let to_ocaml = Html.(a ~a:[a_href "ocaml.org"] [txt "OCaml!"])

Tyxml can also be used with the standard HTML syntax, using the PPX:

open Tyxml
let%html to_ocaml = "<a href='ocaml.org'>OCaml!</a>"

Finally, TyXML can be used with Reason's JSX syntax:

open Tyxml;
let to_reason = <a href="reasonml.github.io/"> "Reason!" </a>

TyXML provides a set of combinators which use the OCaml type system
to ensure the validity of the generated document.
TyXML can be used on a wide variety of context, either to produce
textual documents, to manipulate
the DOM tree using Js_of_ocaml, build virtual DOM with virtual-dom,
or for tierless web programming with Eliom.

The documentation can be consulted
on the TyXML website. Examples are
available in the examples directory.

Installation

TyXML is available in OPAM:

opam install tyxml

To install the PPX:

opam install tyxml-ppx

To install the JSX:

opam install tyxml-jsx
Install
Maintainers
Sources
tyxml-4.5.0.tbz
sha256=c69accef5df4dd89d38f6aa0baad01e8fda4e9e98bb7dad61bec1452c5716068
sha512=772535441b09c393d53c27152e65f404a0a541aa0cea1bda899a8d751ab64d1729237e583618c3ff33d75e3865d53503d1ea413c6bbc8c68c413347efd1709b3
Dependencies
ppxlib
>= "0.18"
markup
>= "0.7.2"
alcotest
with-test
tyxml-syntax
= version
tyxml
= version
ocaml
>= "4.04"
dune
>= "2.0"
Reverse Dependencies
dream
>= "1.0.0~alpha2"
sihl-queue
>= "0.4.0"