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      Native html, xml, txt etc
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    What is Fusion.js?

    It is a modular javascript framework for creating plugin-based React applications. It gives you the developer experience you expect from a React/Redux setup and provides tools to take project quality to the next level.

    What is Twig?

    It is a modern template engine for PHP. It is flexible, fast, and secure. Its syntax originates from Jinja and Django templates.

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