Use frame inspection to simplify template usage

Category: Python - Miscellaneous

Using string templates to separate views from models and controllers is fine, but passing data from controllers to views is often tiresome. Using frame inspection can make things a lot more straightforward, saving you the hassle of explicitely passing each and every bit of data the template needs through boring lines of code like {'name':name}. Here is a sample with a fake templating system. Date: 22 March, 2012


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Homepage: http://code.activestate.com/recipes/440685-use-frame-inspection-to-simplify-template-usage/?in=lang-python

Developer: Nicolas Lehuen

License: Python License

Operating System: Windows

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