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haml-js - Haml ported to server-side Javascript

  •    Javascript

Ever wanted to use the excellent HAML syntax on a javascript project? Me too, so I made one!. This has most of the same functionality as the traditional haml.Note that this works almost the same as ruby's haml, but doesn't pretty print the html. This would greatly slow down and complicate the code. If you really want pretty printed html, then I suggest writing one using the xml parser library and process the resulting html..

hamlit - High Performance Haml Implementation

  •    Ruby

Hamlit is a high performance Haml implementation. As written in limitations, Hamlit drops some not-so-important features which require works on runtime. With the optimized language design, we can reduce the string concatenation to build attributes.

MtHaml - Multi target HAML (HAML for PHP, Twig, <your language here>)

  •    PHP

MtHaml is a PHP implementation of the HAML language which can target multiple languages.Currently supported targets are PHP and Twig, and new ones can be added easily.

node-blade - Blade - HTML Template Compiler, inspired by Jade & Haml

  •    Javascript

Blade is a HTML Template Compiler, inspired by Jade & Haml, implemented in JavaScript, so it will run on your microwave oven. It works like this...

green_monkey - Rails 4 & 5 microdata helpers

  •    Ruby

This Gem allows you to make html-layout with microdata properties easier. It works with ruby 2.2+, rails 4, rails 5, haml 5+.

phoenix_expug - Expug integration for Phoenix

  •    Javascript

Expug is a HTML template engine for indented shorthand, inspired by Pug/Jade, Haml and Slim. This package integrates Expug with Phoenix.phoenix-expug © 2016-2017, Rico Sta. Cruz. Released under the MIT License. Authored and maintained by Rico Sta. Cruz with help from contributors (list).

expug - Pug templates for Elixir

  •    Elixir

Expug is a template language based on Pug (formerly known as Jade). It lets you write HTML as indented shorthand, inspired by Haml, Slim, Pug/Jade, and so on.Also see phoenix_expug for Phoenix integration.

grunt-haml - Grunt plugin for compiling haml files

  •    Javascript

NOTE This has now been superseded by https://github.com/concordusapps/grunt-haml. Please use that instead. We use haml-js to produce your HTML and therefore have the same limitations.

flutterby - A flexible, Ruby-powered static site generator.

  •    Ruby

Please refer to the Flutterby Documentation. Please refer to Contributing to Flutterby for details.

middleman-gulp - A Middleman 4 template using Gulp.js via the external pipeline

  •    Ruby

This is a Middleman template which implements Gulp.js using the new external pipeline feature introduced in Middleman 4. Start a new Middleman site using this template.

node-moves - Wrapper for moves api

  •    Javascript

This provides a wrapper to the Moves API. Please refer to the documentation before getting started. You'll need a client before you can begin.

layouts - Wraps templates with layouts

  •    Javascript

Wraps templates with layouts. Layouts can use other layouts and be nested to any depth. This can be used 100% standalone to wrap any kind of file with banners, headers or footer content. Use for markdown, HTML, handlebars views, lo-dash templates, etc. Layouts can also be vinyl files. Please consider following this project's author, Brian Woodward, and consider starring the project to show your ❤️ and support.

emma.css - :fork_and_knife: Emma.css { emmet-like utility classes }

  •    CSS

Emmet-like utility classes for rapid and easy front-end development. Install or download Emma.css from one of these sources.

grunt-haml2html - Compile Haml to HTML

  •    Javascript

This library is no longer being maintained. Please take a look at grunt-haml as an alternative. Run this task with the grunt haml command.

gulp-ruby-haml - Haml plugin for Gulp that uses the Ruby Haml gem.

  •    Javascript

This is a gulp plugin that will use the haml command line script to compile your Haml files into HTML. You need both Ruby and Haml installed to use this. Try gem install haml. If you use Bundler, add gem 'haml' to your Gemfile and run bundle install.

gedit-rails-extensions - Ruby on Rails MIME and syntax files for gedit

  •    Makefile

Here are some extensions for Ruby/Rails developers using gedit. The contained Makefile installs the MIME packages and syntax files to the system directories.

gulp-haml - gulp plugin for Haml

  •    Javascript

You can view more examples in the example folder. creationix/haml-js is the default compiler, the other option is visionmedia/haml.js (65% faster).