Data driven HTML
data-text, data-html, data-attr-[attribute]
Implicit and explicit event handling
Input controls automatically update data. Or register explicit handlers
data-value, data-action, data-on-[eventname]
Timers and intervals
With timers and intervals it is now simple for the application to execute code automatically on a partical time or interval.
Automatically get and post REST data
Load JSON from REST APIs, automically triggers new fetches when the url updates
Create and reuse components, pass arguments or bind to component attributes. Components can be referenced with tagnames, including the component attributes. You can infinitely nest components with the slot support.
data-component, data-arg-[argumentname], data-bind-[bindable argumentname]
No tooling needed, you don't even have to install anything. To get started first play with our
demos to get a feel what power Reken provides, and more importantly,
how you can unleash it. Once you get a feel for that, try out Reken for yourself in our REPL environment. If you need help with the functionality scan through
our documentation to get an overview of the various features. When
ready to start with a new or existing HTML document, add the link to our hosted library file (5kb)
and sprinkle in some Reken goodness.
Ready to play with Reken? Use our
REPL (Read, Evaluate, Print and Loop)
interactive environment, choose an existing example and tweak it or try an example from scratch
the REPL environment is build with Reken
More detailed information about the Reken functionality can be found in the
documentation, including all the options and some more samples.
Also check out our
Reken Developer Guide.
Reken Developer Handbook
Buy the book on
Hosted Reken library
Easiest way to start with your own Reken enabled HTML page is to link to our hosted javascrip
library. Added the following tag at the bottom of your html page between the closing body and html
Off course you can also host the library yourself.