Develop static web things with happiness exploiting runtime ‘includes’ and a powerful ‘templating system’.
How it works
You have this .html file
And the partial markup file ‘_partial_1.html’:
You’ll get this at run time
Or let’s say the partial is something like:
<%- title %>
and the ‘main.html’ file:
you’ll get something like:
You get the point.
More about templating? It’s just lodash.template().
And all this stuff will be then baked through a Grunt script for server happiness (release soon).
If you use Bower you can install with this line:
bower install static-player
You can also download the .zip of this repo and include the library in your html file.
You need to include the all the required scripts that are
By default the wrapper that contains the
process attribute will be stripped out instead of the processed template.
If you need to keep in the markup su need to add an additional attribute
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- initial release