@justeat/f-templates

Locate, compile, and serve HTML from templates.

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The purpose of this module is to copy a JavaScript module into your web project which can locate, compile, and serve HTML from templates. This is achieved by using the gulp-build-fozzie copy:assets task.

Adding f-templates to your project

Add the module to your dependencies

yarn add @justeat/f-templates

Once the module has been copied into your project (via the gulp-build-fozzie copy:assets task) you can use it in the following ways.

Node

Require and call the imported module:

const templates = require('./templates');

const html = templates.getTemplate(callback, moduleName, language, options);

.Net Core

If you are using the NodeServices NuGet package then you can call it like this:

public async Task<IActionResult> MyAction([FromServices] INodeServices nodeServices)
{
    var result = await nodeServices.InvokeExportAsync<string>("./templates", getTemplate, templateName, language, options);
    return new HtmlString(result);
}

Parameters

  • callback is a function which should be called upon completion. This is not required when using NodeServices in .Net Core.

  • moduleName is the name of the template file which you would should be used to generate the HTML.

  • language is a string containing the country code for the language you'd like the templates to compile with e.g. "fr-CA" for French Canadian.

  • options is an optional parameter in which you can pass parameters which will be used in the template.

If you find any bugs or have a feature request, please open an issue on github!

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