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What is Askama?

It implements a template rendering engine based on Jinja. It generates Rust code from your templates at compile time based on a user-defined struct to hold the template's context.
Askama is a tool in the Templating Languages & Extensions category of a tech stack.
Askama is an open source tool with 1.2K GitHub stars and 108 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Askama's open source repository on GitHub

Who uses Askama?


Askama Integrations

Askama's Features

  • Construct templates using a familiar, easy-to-use syntax
  • Template code is compiled into your crate for optimal performance
  • Benefit from the safety provided by Rust's type system
  • Optional built-in support for Actix, Gotham, Iron, Rocket, tide, and warp web frameworks
  • Debugging features to assist you in template development
  • Templates must be valid UTF-8 and produce UTF-8 when rendered
  • Works on stable Rust

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