Renders the given DOM tree in the specified DOM element.

Destructure the first argument into type and props, use type to determine if the given element is a text element.
Based on the element’s type, use either Document.createTextNode() or Document.createElement() to create the DOM element.
Use Object.keys(props, adding attributes to the DOM element and setting event listeners, as necessary.
Use recursion to render props.children, if any.
Finally, use Node.appendChild() to append the DOM element to the specified container.

代码片段

const renderElement = ({ type, props = {} }, container) => {
  const isTextElement = !type;
  const element = isTextElement
    ? document.createTextNode('')
    : document.createElement(type);

  const isListener = p => p.startsWith('on');
  const isAttribute = p => !isListener(p) && p !== 'children';

  Object.keys(props).forEach(p => {
    if(isAttribute(p)) element[p] = props[p];
    if(!isTextElement && isListener(p))
      element.addEventListener(p.toLowerCase().slice(2), props[p]);
  });

  if(!isTextElement && props.children && props.children.length)
    props.children.forEach(childElement => renderElement(childElement, element));

  container.appendChild(element);
}

使用样例

const myElement = {
  type: 'button',
  props: {
    type: 'button',
    className: 'btn',
    onClick: () => alert('Clicked'),
    children: [
      { props: { nodeValue: 'Click me' } }
    ]
  }
};

renderElement(
  myElement,
  document.body
);