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A few weeks ago I open sourced a tiny library I’ve been noodling on for a while:

It’s for generating HTML from basic Python data structures. It’s a bit weird and most people will probably hate it (which is fine). But I’ve now built a moderately complicated web app with it and I’m never going back to string-based templates!

Oh, and it runs quite happily under MicroPython on a ~£4 microcontroller, which is fun.

Edited 46d ago

@jamie nice. It looks exactly like Elm, which mean it’s on the right track. You’re gonna have to stop turning these things out, or I’m going to have to start a fan club 😜

@carlton interesting... I can see the similarities! I always liked the look of Elm but I've never tried it. No need for a fan club here, particularly compared to the contributions you make to Django and the universe in general.