jade-angularjs-brunch

Adds Jade support to brunch with angularjs template cache modules.

npm install jade-angularjs-brunch
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Automatic compiler Jade templates to AngularJS modules for Brunch.IO

Sample of settings:

Add to dependencies section in package.json of your project:

"jade-angularjs-brunch" : ">= 0.0.1 < 1.5"

Add to paths section in config.coffee:

jadeCompileTrigger: '.compile-jade'  # Defaults to 'js/dontUseMe'.

Add to templates section in config.coffee:

joinTo: 
  '.compile-jade': /^app/  # Hack for auto-compiling Jade templates.

Add to plugin section in config.coffee:

plugins:
  jade:
    pretty: yes  # Adds pretty-indentation whitespaces to output (false by default).
    doctype: "xml"  # Specify doctype ("5" by default).
  jade_angular:
    modules_folder: 'templates'
    locals: {}
  • modules_folder: folder with your template
  • locals: context for jade compiler

Now you can get angular.js modules:

_public/js/login.template.js:

angular.module('login.templates', [])
.run(['$templateCache', function($templateCache) {
  return $templateCache.put('/login/modal.page.html', [
'This is content of your jade-file',''].join("\n"));
}])

Single-File Mode

If you want a single file instead of a file per module, you can use the single_file option in jade_angular.

plugins:
  jade_angular:
    single_file: true
    # if you want to change the file name (defaults to js/templates.js and is in your public directory)
    single_file_name: 'js/angular_templates.js'
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