browserify transform to compile Jade templates to HTML, leaving the parser behind.
Yeah, I know, there are a ton of browserify + Jade packages out there...but! Most of them include Jade's runtime in the compiled results, which is great if you want to use Jade's runtime.
Me? I just wanted to use Jade's slick syntax along with another templating language (like mustache) and precompile the Jade templates with browserify. So...bam! Plain Jade. (Get it? Plain Jade...Plain Jane...ugh, it's really late at night right now.)
npm install browserify-plain-jade
Make some Jade:
h1 I am a very special penguin!
var template = ;;
var bpj = ;var b = ;b;b;b;
...or the CLI:
browserify -t browserify-plain-jade foo.jade > bundle.html
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