- Custom helpers
- Custom filters
- Custom delimeters
- Native code
We know nobody reads through the long and boring documentation in the ReadMe anyway, so head over to the documentation website:
The default test can be run with
npm test, and it just checks that compiling and rendering a simple template results in the correct string.
We love contributions from the community! Contributions are accepted using GitHub pull requests; for more information, see GitHub documentation - Creating a pull request.
For a good pull request, we ask you provide the following:
- Include a clear description of your pull request in the description with the basic "what" and "why"s for the request.
- The test should pass.
- The pull request should include tests for the change. A new feature should have tests for the new feature and bug fixes should include a test that fails without the corresponding code change and passes after they are applied.
- If the pull request is a new feature, please include appropriate documentation in the
README.mdfile as well.
- Keep a consistent coding style.
Squirrelly is licensed under the MIT license.