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Askama vs RactiveJS: What are the differences?

Askama: Type-safe, compiled Jinja-like templates for Rust. It implements a template rendering engine based on Jinja. It generates Rust code from your templates at compile time based on a user-defined struct to hold the template's context; RactiveJS: Next-generation DOM manipulation. Ractive was originally created at theguardian.com to produce news applications. Ractive takes your Mustache templates and transforms them into a lightweight representation of the DOM – then when your data changes, it intelligently updates the real DOM.

Askama and RactiveJS belong to "Templating Languages & Extensions" category of the tech stack.

Some of the features offered by Askama are:

  • Construct templates using a familiar, easy-to-use syntax
  • Template code is compiled into your crate for optimal performance
  • Benefit from the safety provided by Rust's type system

On the other hand, RactiveJS provides the following key features:

  • Ractive.js is a template-driven UI library, but unlike other tools that generate inert HTML, it transforms your templates into blueprints for apps that are interactive by default.
  • Two-way binding, animations, SVG support and more are provided out-of-the-box – but you can add whatever functionality you need by downloading and creating plugins.
  • Some tools force you to learn a new vocabulary and structure your app in a particular way. Ractive works for you, not the other way around – and it plays well with other libraries.

RactiveJS is an open source tool with 5.77K GitHub stars and 441 GitHub forks. Here's a link to RactiveJS's open source repository on GitHub.

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    What is Askama?

    It implements a template rendering engine based on Jinja. It generates Rust code from your templates at compile time based on a user-defined struct to hold the template's context.

    What is RactiveJS?

    Ractive was originally created at theguardian.com to produce news applications. Ractive takes your Mustache templates and transforms them into a lightweight representation of the DOM – then when your data changes, it intelligently updates the real DOM.

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