using the BEM methodology.
i-bem.js makes it possible to:
- Develop a web interface in terms of blocks, elements, and modifiers.
- Describe a block logic in declarative style, as a set of states.
- Flexibly redefine the behavior of library blocks.
i-bem.js is not meant to replace the general-purpose framework, like jQuery.
- Overview of the framework: its relationship to the BEM subject domain, and a summary of the framework modular
structure, a template project, and build tools written
- Binding JS blocks to HTML — Markup for JS blocks in a page HTML code and the possible relationships of HTML elements to JS blocks.
- Block declaration — Syntax for describing JS blocks.
- Passing parameters — Passing parameters to a block instance and accessing block parameters from an instance.
- Working with the DOM tree — The API for working with DOM nodes of blocks: elements, dynamic changes to the DOM tree (using AJAX), and searching DOM nodes.
- Block states — Modifiers and triggers for state changes (setting modifiers).
- Events — The
i-bem.jsevent model: DOM and BEM events and event delegation.
- Initialization — Initializing and deleting block instances; deferred and automatic initialization.
- Interaction of blocks — Calls from a block to other blocks and classes of blocks.
- Context — Private and static properties of a block. BEMDOM static properties.
- What next? — Links to documentation and supplemental materials.