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Misc modules that extend Express or provide useful utilities.

Template Engines

Template engines that are Express compliant out of the box.

  • Jade -- Haml inspired template engine
  • Haml.js -- Haml implementation
  • EJS -- Embedded JavaScript template engine
  • 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.

Frameworks built with Express

  • 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 -- Effective web development 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
  • Lemmy -- 49% Motherfucker | 51% Son of a Bitch Node.js + Express + Mocha flexible project boilerplate for Javascript/Coffee-Script coders written in Makefile.
  • 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.

Middleware

Visit the Connect wiki for middleware.

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