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Examples

Twig resp. TwigJS is a template language. Example:

Value of property "test": {{ test }}.

If-condition:

{% if test == "foo" %}
It's foo!
{% elseif test == "bar" %}
It's bar!
{% else %}
Other value: {{ test }}
{% endif %}

For-loop:

{% for k, v in tags %}
Tag {{ k }} has value {{ v }}
{% endfor %}

Assign value to variable:

{% set k = "foo" %}

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TwigJS templates

When rendering map features, the following properties are available:

  • id (the id of the object is always available, prefixed 'n' for nodes, 'w' for ways and 'r' for relations; e.g. 'n1234')
  • osm_id (the numerical id of the object)
  • layer_id (the id of the category)
  • type ('node', 'way' or 'relation')
  • tags.* (all tags are available with the prefix tags., e.g. tags.amenity)
  • meta.timestamp (timestamp of last modification)
  • meta.version (version of the object)
  • meta.changeset (ID of the changeset, the object was last modified in)
  • meta.user (Username of the user, who changed the object last)
  • meta.uid (UID of the user, who changed the object last)
  • map.zoom (Current zoom level)
  • const.* (Values from the 'const' option)

For the info-section of a category the following properties are available:

  • layer_id (the id of the category)
  • map.zoom (Current zoom level)
  • const.* (Values from the 'const' option)

There are several extra functions defined for the TwigJS language:

  • function keyTrans: return the translation of the given key. Parameters: key (required, e.g. 'amenity').
  • function tagTrans: return the translation of the given tag. Parameters: key (required, e.g. 'amenity'), value (required, e.g. 'bar'), count (optional, default 1).
  • function tagTransList: return the translations of the given tag for tags with multiple values separated by ';' (e.g. 'cuisine'). Parameters: key (required, e.g. 'cuisine'), value (required, e.g. 'kebab' or 'kebab;pizza;noodles;burger').
  • function localizedTag: return a localized tag if available (e.g. 'name:de' for the german translation of the tag). Parameters: tags (the tags property), key prefix (e.g. 'name'). Which language will be returned depends on the "data language" which can be set via Options. If no localized tag is available, the tag value itself will be returned (e.g. value of 'name').
  • function trans: return the translation of the given string (e.g. 'save', 'unknown', 'unnamed', ...). Parameters: string (the string to translate).
  • function tagsPrefix(tags, prefix): return all tags with the specified prefix. The result will be an array with { "en": "name:en", "de": "name:de" } (for the input { "name": "foo", "name:en": "english foo", "name:de": "german foo" } and the prefix "name:").
  • function openingHoursState(opening_hours_definition): returns state of object as string: 'closed', 'open' or 'unknown'.
  • function colorInterpolate(map, value): interpolates between two or more colors. E.g. colorInterpolate([ 'red', 'yellow', 'green' ], 0.75).

Extra filters:

  • filter websiteUrl: return a valid http link. Example: {{ "www.google.com"|websiteUrl }} -> "http://www.google.com"; {{ "https://google.com"|websiteUrl }} -> "https://google.com"
  • filter matches: regular expression match. e.g. {{ "test"|matches("e(st)$") }} returns [ "est", "st" ]. Returns null if it does not match.
  • filter osmDateParse: returns an array with the lower and upper boundary of the year of a start_date tag. See https://github.com/plepe/openstreetmap-date-parser for details.
  • filter natsort: Sort an array naturally, see https://www.npmjs.com/package/natsort for details.
  • filter unique: Remove duplicate elements from an array.
  • filter md5: calculate md5 hash of a string.

Notes:

  • Variables will automatically be HTML escaped, if not the filter raw is used, e.g.: {{ tags.name|raw }}
  • The templates will be rendered when the object becomes visible and when the zoom level changes.
  • If you set an arbitrary value within a twig template (e.g.: {% set foo = "bar" %}), it will also be available in further templates of the same object by using (e.g.: {{ foo }}). The templates will be evaluated in the order as they are defined.