SPA engine that sends HTML to clients and handles events via WebSocket. Ideal for smaller apps, built very small teams (like, 1 person).
Named after the 🐐, Prince Rogers Nelson's, Paisley Park recording studio.
This was partially made just for fun, but also to shrink development for solo apps. No need to maintain both an Angel server and a React/Angular frontend, etc. Also, there's no need to use a module bundler.
You need to roll-your-own state management, especially to persist state after a reconnect.
window.localStorage is sent to
Use it accordingly...
Also, Paisley is smart enough to know when a reconnect occurs, and will not reset the whole page. This way, users can have as seamless an experience as is possible.
Gracefully handling disconnects
Paisley handles disconnects by reconnecting (using a truncated exponential backoff to not spam your server).
Component.afterCreate to continue running from a previous state.
In addition, when Paisley disconnects, it adds the
paisley-disconnected CSS class
document.body, so you can potentially show some conditional content.
dependencies: paisley: ^0.0.0