This blog is dedicated to my thoughts about passive templates in general, and my engine Snippetory in particular.
Passive templates are very handy when things get special.
  • Need to make an existing click demo dynamic, that continues to be under development? 
  • Need a template to configure rather generic logic with templates? 
  • Have to bind complicated logic to a template?
  • Need inheritance in your template? 
Passive templates gain their flexibility by the well-known principles separation of concerns, encapsulation and, abstraction. They decouple execution order from presentation order, provide fine grained parametrization and, the fully featured programming languages with a great tool set, while staying impressive simple.

In addition there are further techniques for template code re-use.

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