Mithril 1.1.7



Updates the DOM after a change in the application data layer.

You DON'T need to call it if data is modified within the execution context of an event handler defined in a Mithril view, or after request completion when using m.request/m.jsonp. The autoredraw system, which is built on top of m.redraw() will take care of it.

You DO need to call it in setTimeout/setInterval/requestAnimationFrame callbacks, or callbacks from 3rd party libraries.

Typically, m.redraw triggers an asynchronous redraws, but it may trigger synchronously if Mithril detects it's possible to improve performance by doing so (i.e. if no redraw was requested within the last animation frame). You should write code assuming that it always redraws asynchronously.



Argument Type Required Description
returns Returns nothing

How it works

When callbacks outside of Mithril run, you need to notify Mithril's rendering engine that a redraw is needed. External callbacks could be setTimeout/setInterval/requestAnimationFrame callbacks, web socket library callbacks, event handlers in jQuery plugins, third party XHR request callbacks, etc.

To trigger a redraw, call m.redraw(). Note that m.redraw only works if you used m.mount or m.route. If you rendered via m.render, you should use m.render to redraw.

You should not call m.redraw from a lifecycle method. Doing so will result in undefined behavior.

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