It seems rather odd that I can't figure how to do this in mustache. Is it supported?  This is my sad attempt at trying:      {{#author}}       {{#avatar}}         <img src="{{avatar}}"/>       {{/avatar}}       {{#!avatar}}...
I created a helper in Handlebars to help with logic, but my template parses the returned html as text rather than html.  I have a quiz results page that is rendered after the quiz is completed:    <script id="quiz-result" type="text/x-...
My object looks like this:  ['foo','bar','baz']   And I want to use a mustache template to produce from it something like this:  "<ul><li>foo</li><li>bar</li><li>baz</li></ul>...
I'm trying to template a template, like below:  {{{ {   "name" : "{{name}}",   "description" : "{{description}}" } }}}  {{{debug this}}}     <h1>{{name}}</h1>     Where I want to triple brackets to stay...
Is it possible to call a function with arguments with Mustache.js {{somefunction(somevalue)}}  thank you...
This is what I'd like to do in Mustache.js but not seeing how with the documentation.  var view = {items:['Mercury','Venus','Earth','Mars']}; var template = "<ul> {{#items}}<li>{{i}} - {{.}}</li&...
Is it possible to do this with Mustache.js?   var data = {"val":"3"},     template = '<select>' +                     '<option value="1">1</option>' +                     '<option value...
I am using the mustache template engine and I only want to display the first item in a long list but cant seem to find the docs for doing so?   if I use:  {{# links}}<a href="{{& url}}">{{& title }}</a>{{/ links}}   i get...
The documentation makes no mention of Mustache.to_html(), but every tutorial for Mustache.js online uses Mustache.to_html(). Therefore I am surely missing some jewels.   Code examples would be very much appreciated....
I'm trying to create a table with a JSON Object using Mustache.js.  I wanted it to show two rows, however it's only showing the second row only.  I suspect that the first row is being overwritten by the second when it's being bound again...

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