|elm-version||0.18.0 <= v < 0.19.0|
|Committed At||2017-01-24 22:19:39 UTC|
Normally when the address bar changes, the browser sends some HTTP requests to load new pages.
This library lets you capture navigation and handle it yourself. No need to kick off a request to your servers.
Check out the
examples/ directory of this repo. The
README there will give you more information.
We got an issue asking "what is the best way to handle clicks on normal URLs?" where you want to handle the navigation by hand, but also permit middle and right clicks.
The pending solution lives here.
You want your website to load quickly, especially if many users will be on mobile phones. You also want to send as little data as possible to users, especially if they have slow internet connections or data caps.
One important trick is to use the browser cache as much as possible. Ideally, when a user navigates to a new page, they do not make any HTTP requests. They have it all already. In a good case, you have most of the JS code you need already, and you just ask for a tiny bit more.