ZM::Template v.0.7.2


In an ideal web system, the HTML used to build a web page would be kept distinct from the application logic populating the web page. ZM::Template is a Perl module that tries to achieve this by taking over the chore of merging runtime data with a static HTML template. Template can contain SSI derectives like and It is used ZM::SSI for SSI parsing. If module ZM::SSI not installed SSI derectives will be ignoring.The ZM::Template module can address the following template scenarios : * Single values assigned to tokens * Multiple values assigned to tokens (as in html table rows) * Single pages built from multiple templates (ie: header, footer, body) * html tables with runtime determined number of columnsAn template consists of 2 parts; the boilerplate and the tokens (place holders) where the variable data will sit.A token has the format __tokenName__ and can be placed anywhere within the template file. If it occurs in more than one location, when the data is merged with the template, all occurences of the token will be replaced.

In an ideal web system, the HTML used to build ... Merges runtime data with static HTML or Plain Text template file ...

  • ZM::Template
  • 0.7.2
  • Maxim Kashliak
  • Linux
  • Freeware
  • 10 Kb
  • 134
  • Free

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