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Cheetah is a Python-powered template engine and code generator. It can be used as a standalone utility or it can be combined with other tools. Web developers are its principle user group, but it has many potential uses and is also being used to generate C++ game code, Java, SQL, form emails, and even Python code.
Genshi is a Python library that provides an integrated set of components for parsing, generating, and processing HTML, XML or other textual content for output generation on the web. The major feature is a template language, which is heavily inspired by Kid
Jinja is a sandboxed template engine written in pure Python licensed under the BSD license. It provides a Django-like non-XML syntax and compiles templates into executable python code. It's basically a combination of Django templates and python code.
OPTv2 is a template engine for PHP5 based on XML language. It focuses on portability and declarative programming, where you specify what you want to achieve, not - how it is supposed to work. Together with powerful syntax, it provides a modern, objective API designed especially for use with popular ... [More]
Perlish declarative templates. Using tag names to label blocks, you can easily render HTML or XML with Perl code intermixed. All of it is in pure Perl without source filtering.
PHPTAL is a PHP implementation of ZPT work. To be short, PHPTAL is a XML/XHTML template library for PHP. While most web developpers continue to use ASP/JSP/PHP tags as the core language of their templates, the Zope community came with a refreshing idea named TAL. The idea was to move ... [More]
Yet another template engine, but this time loaded with full async support and capable of being changed even after the template was rendered. The main idea is that you write one template that renders xml/html and streams it to the client and that you write templates in the same style that can be ... [More]
Kauri is a Java-based framework for RESTful (web) application development. It's based on Restlet, jQuery, Maven, Spring and the sweaty hands of its core development team.
Are you tired of the slow performance of Genshi? But you still long for the assurance that your output is well-formed that you miss from all those other templating engines? Do you wish you had Jinja's blocks with Genshi's syntax? Then Look no further, Kajiki is for you! FastPt uses the ... [More]