Web.dev.app supports EJS templates. Files with an .ejs extension will be interpreted as templates and rendered as HTML pages. The home page or any other page of an app may be an EJS file. Files loaded from Internet addresses will be treated as plain text instead of templates.
The following template tags are supported ...
|evaluates an expression and writes the result as raw HTML|
|evaluates an expression and writes the result as escaped HTML|
| writes a literal |
|comment tag, contents are ignored|
| nestable comment ends with matching |
|normal end tag|
|end tag and trim all following whitespace|
|end tag and trim one following newline|
Files can be inserted into an EJS template using
where the filename is a computed string.
dev API is available.
PHP functions and objects are also available using the
EJS may be included in a HTML page using
It may be written inside the tag or loaded from a source file.
It can be rendered into HTML and returned as a string using...
Future versions will allow asynchronous template rendering in separate threads.
EJS files can also be rendered into HTML pages during
which are always asynchronous and multithreaded.
will contain any variables passed into the request.
An object named
SERVER contains additional request details.
These three variables are the same as
Consider the following HTML form...
sample.ejs can render the input values...
Using the SQLite3 database API requires
to be in the app folder or on the operating system.