laravel-mix-ejs

    1.1.3 • Public • Published

    Laravel Mix EJS

    This extention provides a method to compile EJS templates.

    Usage

    First, install the extension.

    npm install laravel-mix-ejs --save-dev
    

    Then, require it within your webpack.mix.js file, like so:

    let mix = require('laravel-mix')
     
    require('laravel-mix-ejs')
     
    mix
      .js('resources/js/app.js', 'public/js')
      .sass('resources/sass/app.scss', 'public/css')
      .ejs('resources/views', 'public')

    And you're done!

    Data

    With the 3rd argument, it is possible to inject variables used in templates.

    mix.ejs(
      'resources/views',
      'public',
      { foo: 'bar' }
    )

    Options

    With the 4th argument, it is possible to set options for EJS.

    mix.ejs(
      'resources/views',
      'public',
      { foo: 'bar' },
      { rmWhitespace: true }
    )

    You can also set the following extra options in it.

    base

    This option keeps a hierarchical structure (like Gulp).

    mix.ejs(
      'resources/views',
      'public',
      { foo: 'bar' },
      { base: 'resources/views' }
    )

    ext

    This option changes the output file extension.

    mix.ejs(
      'resources/views',
      'public',
      { foo: 'bar' },
      { ext: '.php' }
    )

    partials

    Paths set to this option will be watched but not compiled.

    mix.ejs(
      'resources/views',
      'public',
      { foo: 'bar' },
      { partials: 'resources/views/partials' }
    )

    Install

    npm i laravel-mix-ejs

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    Version

    1.1.3

    License

    MIT

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