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Following recent discussion about the Latte templating language, I figured I'd give it a try too and put together a Latte renderer for Wireframe:

In case anyone wants to try this, it would be interesting to hear your thoughts. I'm honestly not sure if I'll be using it much myself, and I built the module without any real Latte experience under my belt, so it's possible that it does things in surprising ways. Let me know if you run into any issues ?

Syntax wise, Latte doesn't differ much from regular PHP templates — you just write your PHP code within {curly brackets}, and it gets automatically escaped (with what they call context-aware escaping). They have this thing called n:attributes though, which is actually quite nice shortcut, especially if you happen to dislike if..else and foreach:

<ul n:if="$page->numChildren(true)" class="menu">
    <li n:foreach="$page->children as $child">
        <a n:tag-if="!$child->hide_from_menu" href="{$child->url}">

You can read more about Latte from https://latte.nette.org/en/.

For more details about Wireframe renderers and how they are enabled and used, check out https://wireframe-framework.com/docs/view/renderers/.

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I wanted to give Wireframe a shot with the Latte renderer but can't get it to work. The layouts/default.latte template does'nt seem to load the views/home/default.latte

I'm using the ProcessWire 3.0.228 with PHP 8.2. and both Wireframe and WireframeRendererLatte have been installed via ProcessWire (not with Composer).

What am i doing wrong ?

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