Express 3.x Layout & Partial support.
The beloved feature from Express 2.x is back as a middleware!
$ npm install express-partials
The simple case:
var express =partials =app = ;// load the express-partials middlewareapp;appappapp
By default express-partials tries to figure the engine out by using the extension of the template. But in special cases an extension can be registered. And this can be done in a few ways:
// a functionpartials;// module (or object with a .render() function)partials;// string (= require(str))partials;
For an example on how to use partials in the first place I'd recommend you checking out the Express 2.x ejs example.
Any synchronous template engine should work fine. But check out the tests for a few engines tested.
To run the test suite first install dependencies with the following command within the repo:
$ npm install
then run the tests:
$ npm test
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