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SWAM by Nicola Bombaci

Short Web Acronyms Merged

<img style="float:right" src="./swam.png">

Link to the official page - LICENSE

SWAM (Short Web Acronyms Merged) is a great alternative for the Front-End developers. HTML is often filled with tags that during large works, generate projects slow and difficult to understand, for this reason SWAM promises to catalog all the HTML tags to have a website backward compatible, fluid and dynamics. The language is python like and require the presence of the tabs. Every line is considered like a node of tree, who is on top is the father, who is under the father is a son and so on

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You can easily try the language and understand the syntax of SWAM. It's easy, it's fast, it could be yours. Let's click to discover. It's free

How to

Install

Download the project from Github and copy swam-min.php in your folder

Add in your php file the library

include './path/swam-min.php';

Get the contents from a file

$code = file_get_contents("./path/string.swa");

And print your parsed file

echo $swam->parse($code);

And this is it!

Programming

Every time you will create a new SWAM file (.swa), you can compile it only by pass through the piece of code into the class of swam and exectue the parsing $swam->parse($string). A little debugger will show you the status of your work.

There is a debug mode that you can easily activate, opening the file swam-min.php and at start you can see the variable $debug set on false. Turn on true and you can see how SWAM is working. It is very useful to check and fix some mistakes inside your code.

Comments

Write a comment is simple. It can just work only if you are using a whole line. The syntax used is like every language, you must use // and so on.

An example

> on div

>> // This line is a comment

>> on p

>>> Here I am

Be careful if you are typing a double slash inside a line with code, this will be removed and could cause error parsing

An example

> on p // I cannot stay here

>> Ops.

Structure

The on tag

In HTML to open some tag is used the syntax

<html></html>

In SWAM to open the tag you can easily use the syntax

> on html

Container

ON is a general container tag. It is helpful for every kind of tags like: div , section , form , p , and others. If you want to create a multilevel tag, you must start the new paragraph with one more tab than the previous element.

Example

> on div

>> on section

This will produce:

<div>
  <section></section>
</div>

In line

If you want to insert something inside an tag, you must start a new paragraph with one or more tabs than the previous element. You will write in the same tag until the number of tabs will be less than the father or a new tag has been inserted in.

Example

> on p

>> Hello World

>>> This is a test

>> on strong

>>> cool

> on h1

>> Here

This will produce:

<p>Hello World This a test <strong>cool</strong></p>
<h1>Here</h1>

Example

> on html

>> on head

>>> on title

>>>> SWAM

>> on body

>>> on p

>>>> Hello World

>>> on div

>>>> Nothing

This will produce:

<html>
    <head>
        <title>SWAM</title>
    </head>
    <body>
        <p>Hello World</p>
        <div>Nothing</div>
    </body>
</html>

JavaScripts

SWAM is fully compatible with JavaScript

> on script type="text/javascript"

>> var user = { >> name: 'Dolly'};

>>sprintf('Hello %(name)s', user);

Fast attributes

SWAM is fully backward compatible. You can use instead a ON tag, the same syntax of HTML.

> Example : on div id="new" style="margin-top:20em"

The important thing is use the white space only for declare a new value and the tab only for the row (the hierarchy of the nodes)

To give a fast input I've introduced 2 important symbol:

  1. #

    > This tag substitue the syntax id="myid" with #myid

  2. .

    > This tag substitue the syntax class="1stclass 2ndclass 3rd-class" with .1stclass.2ndclass.3rd-class

Example

> on html

>> on head

>>>on meta name="Welcome to SWAM"

>> on body

>>> on strong >>>> Example

>>> on section

>>>> on div #id1 >>>>> on p >>>>>> Section 1

>>>>> on div #id2 >>>>>> on p >>>>>>> Section 2

>>>>>> on div #id3 >>>>>>> on p style="color:white" >>>>>>>> Section 3

Results:

<html>
    <head>
        <meta name="Welcome to SWAM"
    </head>
    <body>
        <strong>Example</strong>
        <section>
            <div id="id1">
                <p>Section 1</p>
                <div id="id2">
                    <p>Section 2</p>
                    <div id="id3">
                        <p style="color:white">Section 3</p>
                    </div>
                </div>
            </div>
        </section>
    </body>
</html>
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