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lightncandy - An extremely fast PHP implementation of handlebars ( http://handlebarsjs

  •    PHP

⚡🍭 An extremely fast PHP implementation of handlebars ( http://handlebarsjs.com/ ) and mustache ( http://mustache.github.io/ ). Default is to compile the template as PHP, which can be run as fast as possible (flags = FLAG_BESTPERFORMANCE).

Template-Mustache - Drawing Mustaches on Perl, for fun and profit

  •    Perl

Template::Mustache is an implementation of the fabulous Mustache templating language for Perl. This version of Template::Mustache conforms to v1.1.3 of the Mustache specs.

stache - A Mustache template compiler.

  •    Rust

A Mustache template compiler. Stache is released under the MIT license. Check the LICENSE file for details.

django-mustache - Mustache (Pystache) template engine for Django 1

  •    Python

A straightforward Mustache-powered template engine for Django, extracted from wq.db and updated to support the new template backend infrastructure in Django 1.8 and newer. django-mustache facilitates progressive enhancement by allowing you to share the same templates between Django and an offline-capable JavaScript web app. Combined with a shared URL structure, this approach ensures that each page in your site can be selectively rendered on the server or on the client as needed. *wq/app.js provides client-side equivalents for these context variables.

slim-lightncandy-view - Mustache / Handlebars template engine for Slim Framework 3.x

  •    PHP

This is a Slim Framework view helper built on top of the Lightncandy templating component, which is an extremely fast PHP implementation of handlebars and mustache. You can use this component to create and render templates in your Slim Framework application.

project-init - Project templates in rust

  •    Rust

pi is a command-line utility to initialize projects. It is written in rust. It is intended to provide something like cookiecutter, but faster.

hxmustache - Minimal templating with {{mustaches}} in Haxe http://mustache.github.com/

  •    Haxe

This is a Haxe implementation of logic-less mustache templating. Originally ported from mustache.js.

yii2-mustache - Mustache templating for Yii, high-performance PHP framework.

  •    PHP

Mustache templating for Yii, high-performance PHP framework. This package provides a view renderer, the yii\mustache\ViewRenderer class. This renderer allows to use Mustache syntax in view templates.

thaum - Thaum is a simple boilerplate and scaffolding command line utility.

  •    Go

to install the binary into your path. Note: It is much easier to run that long and scary command than to install go. Seriously, if you don't have go, just copy paste that bad boy into your terminal.

laravel-mjml - Laravel MJML offers support for rendering MJML syntax into in-line HTML that can be sent within mails

  •    PHP

Laravel MJML is a simple API wrapper for the MJML.io Render API. In case you don't know what MJML.io is, it is a language that helps building mails easier and faster without messing up with inline HTML. It has its own syntax that can be later rendered using their apps, online editor or their API. This API wrapper comes with Mustache Engine integrated, so you can both render the MJML to HTML with applied values from Mustache.

bbmustache - Binary pattern match Based Mustache template engine for Erlang/OTP.

  •    Erlang

Binary pattern match Based Mustache template engine for Erlang/OTP. A logic-less templates.

api2html - Using the data from your API, generate the HTML on the fly! Server-side rendering of the mustache templates

  •    Go

API2HTML is a web server that renders Mustache templates and injects them your API data. This allows you to build websites by just declaring the API sources and writing the template view.

mustache-cli - Command line interface to mustache template engine in Go.

  •    Go

Command line interface to mustache template engine in Go. Basically a simple CLI wrapper for cbroglie/mustache. Works with YAML and JSON. Data can be piped in via stdin or passed in as a file name via an option. See examples directory for a more in depth example of using JSON, YAML, and stdin.