The base core of the gondel library


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🚑 Gondel

Gondel is a tiny (2kb) non-intrusive library to help you modularize your code.
It does not ship with a rendering engine to be a perfect fit for most client side rendering engines (e.g. React or Angular) and server side rendering engines (e.g. Java or PHP)


npm i @gondel/core

Hello World

This button will listen to all click events events coming from all elements with data-g-name="Button" and will show an alert message.


 <button data-g-name="Button">Click me</button>

 <button data-g-name="Button">Or click me</button>


import {Component, EventListener, GondelBaseComponent} from '@gondel/core';

// The @Component decorator will connect the class with `data-g-name="Button"` elements.
export class Button extends GondelBaseComponent {
  _handleChange(event) {
    alert('Hello World')

Hello World Example

Module format

Gondel follows the rollup recommendations which includes on the one hand ESM for bundle size optimisations and on the other hand a UMD version to be compatible with every former javascript bundling/concatenation strategy.

Gondel is fully typed and exports optional typescript declaration files for typescript projects.


  • Data Plugin - Provide auto binding of data attributes - Demo
  • Hot Plugin - Adds support for hot-module-reloading (hmr) for Gondel components. - Demo
  • jQuery Plugin - Adds support for easy access to the current ctx as jQuery collection.
  • Media Queries Plugin - Provide a custom gondel event which will fire once a given media query is met - Demo
  • React Plugin - Adds support to bootstrap React widgets and apps using Gondel and vice versa - Demo
  • Resize Plugin - Provides an event when the window or the component resized - Demo




Contributing to Gondel

All contributions are welcome: use-cases, documentation, code, patches, bug reports, feature requests, etc.
The following commands will get you started to work locally:

npm install
npm run build

Running tests:

npm run test:watch

Thanks to all who have contributed (emoji key) so far:

Jan Nicklas

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Ernst Ammann

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Duőan Perković

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Jan R. Biasi

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Jan Widmer

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Claudio Bianucci

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MIT license

If you find any bugs or have a feature request, please open an issue on github!

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