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Dust [![Build Status](](
-Demo & Guide
-Extensive docs and a full demo are available at <>
-Use Dust if you want these things:
-* async/streaming operation
-* browser/node compatibility
-* extended Mustache/ctemplate syntax
-* clean, low-level API
-* [high performance](
-* composable templates
-This is the LinkedIn fork of dust.js
+This is the LinkedIn fork of Dust. Read more : <>
-Details in the blog post :
-We will gradually be extending this library with helper functions and bug fixes.
-Current LinkedIn additions include:
-* Fix to peg.js to print the line and column number for syntax errors in dust templates
-* Fix to support > node0.4
-* Addition of jasmine test suite, BDD with dust.js
-* There are cases of rendering logic that are best done in templates. @if helper that relies entirely on the js eval for expression evaluation, The perf results are here: <>. We intend to replace the slow js eval with a expression parser soon
-* Section index for lists of maps stored in the dust context for ease of writing simple logic in templates
-* Section size for lists of maps stored in the dust context for ease of writing simple logic in templates
-* Automated Travis CI integration, jasmine for BDD, code coverage report
-* Extend grammar to relax whitespace/eol
-* Add support for rhino in the dust core
-* improve compile times by 10X with changes to how we use peg parser
-* Extend filters for JSON.stringify and JSON.parse
-* logic helpers for select/ switch
-* Support numbers in dust inline params
-* Extend partials to support inline params
-* Support for array references, hence list elements can be accessed via the [] notation
-* Support dynamic blocks, similar to dynamic partials
-* Add pipe support for node
-* Documentation/wiki on the best practices for using dustjs
-For Linkedin Dustjs
- $ npm install dustjs-linkedin
-To render compiled templates in the browser:
- <script src="dust-core-1.0.0.min.js"></script>
-To compile a template on the command line, use the dustc command.
-Its syntax is:
- dustc [{-n|--name}=<template_name>] {inputfilename|-} [<outputfilename>]
-For example, to compile a template on the command line and have it
-registered under the same name as the source file:
- $ dustc template.html
-You can customize the name under which the template is registered:
- $ dustc --name=mytemplate template.html
-Running Tests
-To run tests:
- $ make test
-To generate code coverage report:
- $ npm install cover -g
- $ make coverage
-To view HTML test coverage report:
- $ open cover_html/index.html
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