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Responsive Grid System

Responsive Grid System
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Using the Mustache Template Library A while ago, I showed you how to use the jQuery template plugin in a quick tip; in this quick tip, I’ll show you how to use another template library, Mustache, which is just as easy to use. You can get Mustache.js from its GitHub project page; if you’re going to use it in a project, you can download it or git clone it; I’ve just referenced the raw file on GitHub for this quick tip: Now you can use it to render data! Most likely, you’ll be getting your data from the server in the form of JSON when you’re using Mustache in production. However, it’s just as easy to hard-code an object literal and use that, which is what we’ll do here. Now we’re ready to define the template. Your template is simply string; you can either use a regular old JavaScript string, or you can put the template in a script tag and get it via something like jQuery’s html() method (or, of course, innerHTML). When iterating over arrays, the implicit operator ”.” will get you the value. It’s really simple to render the HTML:

The Semantic Grid System

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