hogy

Hogan.js templates for Express 3.x, supports file partials

hogy

hogan.js templates for express 3.x

Supports file partials.

In order to use file partials, you have to make hogy aware of them. To do this, you just create a object that maps the partial tag to the actual file and pass the object to hogy.

Example app.js:

...
 
var partials = {
  top: 'layout-top.hogan', bottom: 'layout-bottom.hogan' };
 
var hoganjs = require('hogy').init(partials);
 
app.configure(function(){
  app.set('port', process.env.PORT || 3000);
  app.set('views', __dirname + '/views');
  app.set('view engine', 'hogan');
  app.engine('hogan', hoganjs);
 
...

'hogan' in this instance is whatever you want your view's file extension to be.

If you don't have any file partials, you can simply just do:

    var hjs = require('hogy').init();

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