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richtemplate

Javascript templating engine. Build Status

New Major Version Released!

Rewritten in es6, and also perfomance improvements.

Require module for parsing html files to plain Javascript. There is two environments, one Development another production.

Installation

using npm

npm install richtemplate

Why Templating Engine

Most javascript templating engines, parsing to string. Domtemplate has dom elements or require modules. You has direct access to Dom elements. In this case no need for jquery selectors etc.

How it works

Below is image to show difference between prod and dev packages.

Prod Dev Packages Diagram

In the development Environment you use runtime version of package, which one parse on browser. For Production you use compiled app version, where is no need for parser and coder.

Prerequisites

You need to install nodejs and grunt CLI globally npm -g install grunt-cli

How to install

Run

npm install

Then

grunt

How to use

Usage examples see in examples section.

Fix paths in require.config file

Templating parser use custom coders

Component - <cp></cp> use for require modules

<cp src="buttonA/buttonA" tp-name="testButton" ></cp>

Where

  • src is location of require Module
  • tp-name name of component. There also can be shortcut version

<cp-testButton src="buttonA/buttonA" ></cp-testButton>

-cp-testButton where testButton is the name of component

There can be used by only attributes as well

<div src="buttonA/buttonA" tp-type="cp" tp-name="testButton" ></div>

Placeholder - <pl></pl> use as containers in template, also can use in javascript as access to elements

<pl tp-name="testButton" tp-tag="h2" ></pl>

Where

  • tp-name name of Placeholder.
  • tp-tag tag of Placeholder, default value is div.

There also can be shortcut version

<pl-header ></pl-header>

  • pl-header where header is the name of placeholder

There can be used by only attributes as well

<h2 tp-type="pl" tp-name="header" ></h2>