A tiny jQuery-like HTML templating library written in Scala.
You'll need SBT 0.10 (or newer):
$ git clone git://github.com/jawher/moulder-s.git $ cd moulder-s $ sbt package publish-local
You can then use this library in your projects by grabbing the generated jar (in the
target directory) and its dependencies.
Please consider using Github issues tracker to submit bug reports or feature requests.
Here's a quick sample of how
moulder-s can be used to manipulate html:
Given this markup:
<html> <body> <h1>[...]</h1> </body> </html>
This moulder based snippet:
val document = Jsoup.parse("<html><body><h1>[...]</h1></body></html>") val s = MoulderShop() s.register("h1", repeat(items) :: attr("class", SeqValue("even" :: "odd" :: Nil).cycle) :: text(SeqValue(items)) :: append(html(transform(SeqValue(items), (c: String) => "<p>" + c + "</p>"))) :: Nil) s.process(document)
Will generate the following:
<html> <head> </head> <body> <h1 class="even">Spring</h1> <p>Spring</p> <h1 class="odd">Summer</h1> <p>Summer</p> <h1 class="even">Autumn</h1> <p>Autumn</p> <h1 class="odd">Winter</h1> <p>Winter</p> </body> </html>
Or in plain english:
- For each item in the list of seasons, repeat the h1 element
- For each generated h1 element, set its class to even or odd
- Also set it's text content to the corresponding season
- And finally, append a paragraph after it with the season name as its content
LICENSE for details.