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This template engine is actually an extension to Mustache.js. Both template engines are logic-less that keep the view and the code separated like we all know they should be. The only difference is that Handlebars.js is more focused on helping developers to create semantic templates without having to involve all the confusion and time consumption.
Jade is primarily designed as a server-side template for Node.js that is also available in different client side environments. Jade is also meant to produce XML like documents (HTML, RSS etc.) so make sure that you don’t use it to create plain text, markdown, CSS or similar non XML documents.
Everything in this article represents my personal opinion and chances are there that it may not match yours. The sole purpose of coming up with the post is to show how different template engines that are available across the globe, have their strengths and weaknesses. So it’s time to make a decision according to your needs and requirements.
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