Parts of a Fluid Component
A Fluid Component is made up of three main parts: a creator function, fluid.defaults, and helper functions.
The creator function is used to create a component. It is not a constructor, and does not use the "new" keyword. Public functions can be included inside the creator function.
fluid.defaults is where all of the default options for a component are specified. The Fluid Framework manages the component's options. It makes it easier to find selectors in the DOM, handle programmatically changed styles, and reference all of the options.
The helper functions are the private functions that a component uses, and does not expose. These are optional and will not be discussed in this tutorial.