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Amantadine is a framework for rendering HTML on the server

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Amantadine

Amantadine is a framework for rendering HTML on the server

It is not ready for production.

Introduce

The heavy HTML, CSS and JS files are rendered into independent HTML files, and asynchronous data collection through network requests is supported, and functions are defined as parameters. Only render CSS tags used in HTML to reduce volume

Install

$ pip install -U amantadine

Usage

import amantadine

pages = amantadine.Pages(
    body=[amantadine.Record("h1", [amantadine.OnlyText("Amantadine")])],
    head=[
        amantadine.Record("meta", attrs={"charset": "UTF-8"}),
        amantadine.Record("title", [amantadine.OnlyText("Amantadine")]),
    ],
)

print(amantadine.renderDoc(pages))

After rendering:

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html lang="en">

<head>
    <meta class='' charset=UTF-8></meta>
    <title class=''>Amantadine</title>
</head>

<body>
    <h1 class=''>Amantadine</h1>
</body>

</html>

Build

Not only that, you can also render large web projects. This reduces the redundancies of the top and bottom columns, which you can learn from the examples in the /example folder in the directory

$ python main.py
🎍 Build Production .
 
All Chunk:
docs/index.html 50722B

License

MIT LICENSE

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