Scalate is a Scala based template engine.
All expressions inside Scalate templates are typesafe and checked at edit/compile time to ensure you don’t leave any mistakes in your pages.
Scalate lets you reuse the concise and expressive power of Scala in your templates rather than using a severely limited expression language which is common in most other template engines. So you can easily reuse Scala’s powerful functions, expressions and pattern matching as well as invoking Scala methods which can use Scala’s XML support to return markup fragments.
Scalate templates generate Scala code which is compiled to fast statically typed bytecode rather than using dynamic dispatch or reflection.
Scalate is free and open source software.
- Supports 4 template engines:
- Mustache: is a Mustache template language for Java/Scala.
- Jade: The Jade style of Haml/Scaml template language.
- Scaml: Provides Haml style template language.
- Ssp: Provides a JSP, Erb and Velocity style template language.
- Support for layouts of templates and wiki markup.
- Powerful console and command line shell with Scalate converters for JSP or HTML
- Works well with a number of frameworks or easily embed into your application
- Can be used in any web application or used in a standalone application to generate things like emails or source code or even used to generate your static or semi-static website.
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