An abstraction layer for template engines. This module attempts to bring together as many template engines as possible into a single uniform api which provides the additional features of caching, loading templates from files and watching template files for changes.
It seems that @visionmedia's consolidate.js does something similar.
npm install templater
or with git...
git clone git://github.com/wankdanker/node-templater.git
the constructor function
render the optional
template string or
filename specified on the options object
filenameis specified, the engine will be automatically determined based on the filename's extension. Otherwise specify which engine to use eg: ejs, jade, etc.
All other attributes of the
options object are passed to template engines
stop watching any files that are being watched for changes.
var Templater =t =context;context = name : "Steve Dave" ;t;
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