Create and implement HTML templates in projects using the Handlebars library with Packt's new eBook.

November 2013 | Open Source, Web Development

Packt is pleased to announce the release of its new book Instant Handlebars.js, a comprehensive guide to the Handlebars library. The book is filled with internal concepts and practical examples, helping to transform readers who are beginners into Handlebars experts. This book is now available in all the popular formats, and the eBook retails at $11.04.

About the Author:

Gabriel Manricks is a full stack software and web developer focusing on PHP and both frontend and server-side JavaScript frameworks. Gabriel works as a staff writer for NetTuts+, where he enjoys learning as well as teaching others, and he also freelances in web consulting, development, and writing.

Instant Handlebars.js begins with the basics, and readers do not require any previous knowledge about templating engines. Throughout the course of this book, readers will be introduced to all of the features available in Handlebars.js and will learn how to organize their websites for both development and production. They'll also learn how to structure reusable templates, extend Handlebars with helpers, and manipulate a template's context.

This book shows readers how to create templates with both placeholders and helpers, organize projects for rapid-development using Require.js, and how to optimize and compile projects for production. To finish off, readers will learn how to annotate their code and leave debug points so that they can easily maintain and troubleshoot their code in the future.

Readers with a general knowledge of HTML and Javascript will find that this book is useful. For more information, please visit the book's page at: http://www.packtpub.com/create-and-implement-html-templates-using-handlebars-library/book

Instant Handlebars.js
Extend Handlebars with custom helpers

For more information, please visit: http://www.packtpub.com/create-and-implement-html-templates-using-handlebars-library/book

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