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Misc modules that extend Express or provide useful utilities.
- Express Expose -- Expose js objects, functions, and modules to client-side scripts
- Express Messages -- Flash message display dynamicHelper
- Express Configuration -- Async configuration
- Express Resource -- Resourceful routing
- Express Helpers -- Misc view helpers for Express
- Express JSONP -- JSONP and JSON fallbacks for cross domain AJAX
Template engines that are Express compliant out of the box.
- Jade -- Haml inspired template engine
- Haml.js -- Haml implementation
- hbs -- adapter for Handlebars.js, an extension of Mustache.js template engine
- hulk-hogan -- adapter for Twitter's Hogan.js (Mustache syntax), with support for Partials
- combyne.js -- A template engine that hopefully works the way you'd expect.
- swig -- fast, Django-like template engine
- whiskers -- small, fast, mustachioed
Blade -- HTML Template Compiler, inspired by Jade & Haml
The Consolidate.js library unifies the APIs of these template engines to a single Express-compatible API.
- base12 -- a 12factor.net web app platform, built on express 3. Ported from our 2-year evolving boilerplate at Skookum Digital Works.
- Monorail.js -- Ultra lightweight MVC framework for Node.js
- Locomotive -- Powerful MVC framework for Node.js. Inspired by Ruby on Rails.
- RailwayJS -- High-level MVC framework inspired by RoR
- Calipso -- A Content Management System based on Express & Mongoose
- Derby -- A real-time, collaborative application framework
- Bones -- A client/server application framework built with Express & Backbone
- backbone-express-mongoose-socketio -- Boilerplate app supplying backbone, mongoose, and socket.io
- Boilerplate -- boilerplate app supplying Express, Connect, Socket-IO, Jade and more.
- Matador -- MVC framework by the guys at Twitter
- Mojito -- Yahoo's MVC framework
- Tower.js -- Full Stack Web Framework for Node.js and the Browser. Modeled after Ruby on Rails. Built for the client and server from the ground up.