1. NANO – jQuery Template Engine
Simplest jQuery Templating Engine, perfect for JSON parsing.
2. The “template” binding
The template binding populates the associated DOM element with the results of rendering a template. Templates are a simple and convenient way to build sophisticated UI structures – possibly with repeating or nested blocks – as a function of your view model data.
3. JsViews: Next-generation jQuery Templates
Interactive data-driven views, built on top of JsRender templates.
4. JsRender: Next-generation jQuery Templates
Optimized for high-performance pure string-based rendering, without DOM or jQuery dependency.
Simple and robust browser side template processing for Ajax based web applications.
6. The jQuery Templates Plugin
A templating plugin for jQuery. BETA. NO LONGER IN ACTIVE DEVELOPMENT OR MAINTENANCE. Issues remain open but are not being worked.
jQote2 now returns a flat string representation of the converted template whereas its predecessor would give you a jQuery object.
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10. Tempo 1.7
Tempo is a tiny JSON rendering engine that enables you to craft data templates in pure HTML.
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