Templayer is an HTML templating library for Python that offers an alternative to embedding code within the HTML or embedding HTML within code. Instead, Templayer adds a small amount of syntax to each and keeps the two separate and coherent. It also helps to promote secure Web application development by escaping strings by default, and by not trying to interpret code within template files.
|Tags||Internet Web Dynamic Content CGI Tools/Libraries Software Development Libraries Python Modules|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: A number of bugs were fixed. UTF-8 in template files now works. The get_django_template can have the auto_reload parameter set. django_view functions now work for RSS feeds.
Release Notes: Django 1.0 integration was improved with shortcuts for creating views, emulating templates, and displaying forms. The tutorial now includes Django examples. New HTML markup functions were added.
Release Notes: This release improves integration with the Django Web framework by reducing the amount of code required in Django views and by allowing use of Django forms in Templayer templates. Two new HTML Markup tags were added, and it is now possible for flat template files (files with no layers) to be used.