Asynchronous templating in Node.js
<%= %>(escape function configurable)
<? ?>instead of
You can install the package globally and use it as command line tool:
$ npm i -g ajs
ajs --help and see what the CLI tool can do.
$ ajs --help Usage: ajs [options] Asynchronous templating in Node.js Options: -t, --tree Output the abstract syntax tree -s, --source Output the raw VM source -l, --locals <locals> The template data as JSON. -v, --version Displays version information. -h, --help Displays this help. Examples: $ ajs template.ajs $ ajs -t template.ajs $ ajs -s template.ajs Documentation can be found at https://github.com/IonicaBizau/ajs#readme.
Here is an example how to use this package as library. To install it locally, as library, you can do that using
$ npm i --save ajs
const ajs = ;ajs;// Do some async stuffajs;
There are few ways to get help:
For full API reference, see the DOCUMENTATION.md file.
Have an idea? Found a bug? See how to contribute.
I open-source almost everything I can, and I try to reply everyone needing help using these projects. Obviously, this takes time. You can integrate and use these projects in your applications for free! You can even change the source code and redistribute (even resell it).
However, if you get some profit from this or just want to encourage me to continue creating stuff, there are few ways you can do it:
Starring and sharing the projects you like 🚀
Bitcoin—You can send me bitcoins at this address (or scanning the code below):
Big thanks to Evan Owen who created the initial versions of the project! Amazing stuff! 🍰
If you are using this library in one of your projects, add it in this list. ✨
ajs-xgettext(by Duane Griffin)—Extract localised text from AJS templates
bloggify-ajs-renderer(by Bloggify)—ajs renderer for Bloggify.
bloggify-icons—The Bloggify icons for the web.
bloggify-renderer-ajs(by Bloggify)—ajs renderer for Bloggify.
express-ajs—Minimal example of how to use ajs in Express.
git-stats-html—Turn git-stats result into HTML output.