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Matter.Matter

Defined in: src/core/Matter.js:1

The Matter module is the top level namespace. It also includes a function for installing plugins on top of the library.

Methods

Matter.Matter.after

(path, func)
Function

Chains a function to excute after the original function on the given path relative to Matter. See also docs for Common.chain.

Parameters

  • path String

    The path relative to Matter

  • func Function

    The function to chain after the original

Returns

Function

The chained function that replaced the original

Matter.Matter.before

(path, func)
Function

Chains a function to excute before the original function on the given path relative to Matter. See also docs for Common.chain.

Parameters

  • path String

    The path relative to Matter

  • func Function

    The function to chain before the original

Returns

Function

The chained function that replaced the original

Matter.Matter.use

(plugin...)

Installs the given plugins on the Matter namespace. This is a short-hand for Plugin.use, see it for more information. Call this function once at the start of your code, with all of the plugins you wish to install as arguments. Avoid calling this function multiple times unless you intend to manually control installation order.

Parameters

  • plugin Function multiple

    The plugin(s) to install on base (multi-argument).

Item Index

Methods

Properties

The following properties are specified for objects created by <span class="prefix">Matter.</span>.create and for objects passed to it via the options argument.

Properties

The following properties are specified for objects created by Matter.Matter.create and for objects passed to it via the options argument.

Matter.name

String

The library name.

Matter.used

Array

The plugins that have been installed through Matter.Plugin.install. Read only.

Matter.uses

Array

A list of plugin dependencies to be installed. These are normally set and installed through Matter.use. Alternatively you may set Matter.uses manually and install them by calling Plugin.use(Matter).

The library version.

0.13.0