The Scalate team is pleased to announce the availability of Scalate 1.1.
All expressions inside Scalate benefit from the full power of Scala plus they are typesafe and checked at edit/compile time to ensure you don’t leave any mistakes in your templates.
Two template languages are currently supported:
- Ssp which is like a Scala version of Velocity, JSP or Erb from Rails
- Scaml which is a Scala dialect of Haml for very DRY markup
Scalate 1.1 Highlights
- Ssp now supports Velocity style directives for more concise looping and branching.
- new Scalate Tool for creating new projects with Scalate more easily
- improved API for working with templates from different sources (file, URL, Source, String etc) via the helper methods on TemplateSource object and methods on TemplateEngine which take a TemplateSource
- easier to configure whitespace handling via the escapeMarkup property on TemplateEngine and RenderContext so its easy to configure markup escaping for an entire project or enable/disable it within templates.
For more detail see the Full Change Log
Feedback is always welcome!