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        The OOHTML Polyfill

        This library is the official polyfill for OOHTML. It can be used either from a CDN or as an npm package.

        Option 1: From a CDN

        Add the following script tag to your page to include the all-in-one OOHTML build:

        With the script below, OOHTML will take effect on the page automatically. Two other APIs - The Observer API and Subscript - will also be exposed as window.WebQit.Observer and window.WebQit.Subscript respectively.

        <script src="https://unpkg.com/@webqit/oohtml/dist/main.js"></script>

        Or embed individual OOHTML features via their respective build:

        • HTML Modules - <script src="https://unpkg.com/@webqit/oohtml/dist/html-modules.js"></script>
        • HTML Imports - <script src="https://unpkg.com/@webqit/oohtml/dist/html-imports.js"></script>
        • Namespaced HTML - <script src="https://unpkg.com/@webqit/oohtml/dist/namespaced-html.js"></script>
        • The State API - <script src="https://unpkg.com/@webqit/oohtml/dist/state-api.js"></script>
        • Subscript - <script src="https://unpkg.com/@webqit/oohtml/dist/subscript.js"></script>

        Option 2: As an npm Package

        With npm available on your terminal, run the following command to install OOHTML:

        $ npm i -g npm
        $ npm i --save @webqit/oohtml

        Import and initialize the installed package with a window object in the current browser or server evironment.

        You may initialize the all-in-one OOHTML module:

        // Import
        import OOHTML from '@webqit/oohtml';
        // Initialize

        Or a specific feature module:

        // Import
        import State from '@webqit/oohtml/src/state/index.js';
        // Initialize

        Server-Side Initialization

        To use OOHTML for server-side rendering, a library like jsdom would be used to create a DOM instance. Now, the instance's window object would be used to initialize OOHTML.

        // Import OOHTML
        import OOHTML from '@webqit/oohtml';
        // Import jsDom
        import jsdom from 'jsdom';
        // Utilities we'll need
        import fs from 'fs';
        import path from 'path';
        // Read the HTML document file from the server
        const documentFile = fs.readFileSync(path.resolve('./index.html'));
        // Instantiate jsdom so we can obtain the "window" for OOHTML
        // Detailed instruction on setting up jsdom is available in the jsdom docs
        const JSDOM = new jsdom.JSDOM(documentFile.toString());
        // Initialize OOHTML...
        // And we can use OOHTML as normal
        const document = JSDOM.window.document;
        // The document's templates object...
        let template1 = document.templates.template1;
        // etc

        Next Steps

        You want to visit each of OOHTML's features.