broccoli-lodash-precompile will, as its name states, precompile your templates with lodash and output them wrapped inside ES6 modules.
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broccoli-lodash-precompile

broccoli-lodash-precompile will, as its name states, precompile your templates with lodash and output them wrapped inside ES6 modules.

Usage

The following example will take all files with the .html extension inside input-tree and compile them to JS.

// Brocfile.js
var templatePrecompile = require('broccoli-lodash-precompile');

module.exports = templatePrecompile('templates', {
  dataObjectVariable: 'data', // Defaults to 'locals'
  useLodashEscape: false      // Defaults to `true`
});

Options

localsVariableName

By default lodash uses with to create a context inside your templates, but since ES6 modules are in strict mode and with is prohibited in strict mode, we have to specify a variable where all locals will be defined.

useLodashEscape

Lodash templates depend on _.escape being globally defined and sometimes you don’t want that. So setting this option to false will use a local variable inside each template. Note that this is our own implementation of escape instead of lodash’s but at the time of this writing, they’re pretty similar.