Usage: add wunderbar and nokogiri to your Gemfile and run bundle install. Template extensions supported are _html and _json. Examples: view, layout, json.
Note that as Rails layouts and views are predicated on the assumption that output is produced by concatenating text, one must use _ yield instead of simply yield. On the plus side, Wunderbar will note when the first argument to a call which creates an element is html_safe? and will treat it as markup.
The result is a lot like Markaby, except you get to be/have to be explicit when you are creating a tag. In this demo, there is no logic, so the benefits of doing so are less clear, but include you being able to use tags that aren’t known to Markaby, like the ones that were added in HTML5. Both inline and views are supported, but support for layouts has yet to be added.
This site was hacked. A reader of the site noted that Google’s index of this site had been co-opted by dubious pharmaceutical offerings. I’ll gladly thank that individual publicly if they give me permission to do so; but my email reply got bounced as spam.
The immediate culprit was the addition of the following lines to a number of .htaccess files
I’ve integrated jbuilder like functionality into Wunderbar. Key differences? A DSL that doesn’t suck, and output that isn’t ugly.
To harsh? You be the judge. Compare jbuilder ("json dot bar json bar json dot child bang") vs Wunderbar ("underbar underbar underbar underbar").
As to the output? Don’t be fooled by the jbuilder readme. In actuality is no unnecessary whitespace in the output. That’s good if you are bandwidth limited. Not so good when viewing the XHR traffic via firebug...