How to use underscore.js as a template engine?


I'm trying to learn about new usages of javascript as a serverside language and as a functional language. Few days ago I heard about node.js and express framework. Then I saw about underscore.js as a set of utility functions. I saw this question on stackoverflow . It says we can use underscore.js as a template engine. anybody know good tutorials about how to use underscore.js for templating, especially for biginners who have less experience with advanced javascript. Thanks

5/23/2017 11:33:25 AM

Everything you need to know about underscore template is here. Only 3 things to keep in mind:

  1. <% %> - to execute some code
  2. <%= %> - to print some value in template
  3. <%- %> - to print some values HTML escaped

That's all about it.

Simple example:

var tpl = _.template("<h1>Some text: <%= foo %></h1>");

then tpl({foo: "blahblah"}) would be rendered to the string <h1>Some text: blahblah</h1>

7/9/2016 12:03:36 PM

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