Version: 7.x.x

Caching

Caching allows you to improve performance by avoiding re-compiling the same template. It also means that you can use the runtime version of Squirrelly, which is more lightweight than the full version.

With Express.js

Squirrelly automatically caches templates rendered with Express. To disable caching, set $cache in the data you call the template with to false.

Naming Templates

Squirrelly allows you to give your templates a name to enable automatic caching.

Example

var templateString = "This is a {{template}}"
var result1 = Sqrl.Render({template: 'Squirrelly Template', $name: 'mytemplate'}, templateString)
var result2 = Sqrl.Render({template: 'Another Thing', $name: 'mytemplate'}, templateString)
// This time, Squirrelly uses the compiled template from the first render and just calls it with new data

Manually

Sqrl.Compile returns a function that can be called with data, Sqrl. You can save a compiled function, and call that function with whatever data you want.

Example

var templateString = "This is a {{template}}"
var compiledTemplate = Sqrl.Compile(templateString)
var result1 = compiledTemplate({template: 'Squirrelly Template'}, Sqrl)
var result2 = compiledTemplate({template: 'Something Else'}, Sqrl)