Models can either be standard types, or ExpandoObjects (or any other object implementing IDynamicMetaObjectProvider that implements IDictionary to access its properties).
All commands have an optional semi-colon delimiter which can be used to remove ambiguity. Any [.Parameters] parameter can be multiple levels deep (e.g. This.Property.That.Property).
Syntax: @Model[.Parameters] Example: Hello @Model.Name Example: Hello @Model.User.Age
Replaces with the string representation of the parameter, or the model itself if a parameter is not specified.
Syntax: @Each[.Parameters] [@Current[.Parameters]] @EndEach Example: @Each.Users Hello @Current! @EndEach
Creates one copy of the contents of the @Each per element in the collection and substitutes @Current in the same way as @Model, but bound to the current item in the collection.
@Current can be used multiple times inside the @Each block.
Syntax: @If[Not].Parameters [contents] @EndIf Example: @If.HasUsers Users found! @EndIf Example: @IfNot.HasUsers No users found! @EndIf
Parameters must be a boolean (see Implicit Conditionals below). Nesting of @If and @IfNot statements is not supported.
If the model has property that implements ICollection then you can use an implicit conditional. The implicit conditional syntax is the same as a normal conditional, but the Parameters part is set to "Has[CollectionPropertyName]". The conditional will be true if the collection contains items, and false if it does not or if it is null.
Example: @If.HasUsers Users found! @EndIf
The above example will expand to "Users found!" if the model has a collection called "Users" and it contains items.
Both the @Model and @Current keywords (with or without parameters) can have an optional ! after the @ to HTML encode the output.
Would HTML encode the output.
Syntax: @Partial[''[, Model.Property]]
Example: @Partial['subview.sshtml']; (Renders the partial view with the same model as the parent)
Example: @Partial['subview.sshtml', Model.User]; (Renders the partial view using the User as the model)
Renders a partial view. A property of the current model can be specified to be used as the partial view's model, or it may be omitted to use the current view's model instead.