Value Interpolation in JavaScript Code using Pug

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Interpolating values is helpful if you need to pass a server-side variable to client-side JavaScript (or other languages that require it).

In the case of variables, numbers, strings, and the like, you can pass these types of variables directly into your JavaScript with bracket syntax plus an explanation point (so that the code inside the brackets is not evaluated.) This is useful for parametrizing JavaScript code that require something from your server.

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Server Side Variable Interpolation with Pug

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It’s possible to pass variables from your server into Pug for dynamic content or script generation. Pug templates can access variables passed to the res.renderfunction in Express (or pug.renderFile if you are not using Express, the arguments are identical).

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HTML Element Interpolation with Pug

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Further to our previous tutorial, sometimes it may be necessary to nest HTML tags inside of each other. Element interpolation with Pug is done in a syntax similar to variable interpolation; square brackets instead of curly braces are used here.

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Getting started with Pug template engine

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Clean and organized HTML is what Front-end Developers always aim for. Well with Pug (formerly known as “Jade” ),  a high performance and feature-rich templating engine, that’s easy to achieve. Simply put, Pug is a clean, white space/indentation sensitive syntax for writing html.

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Creating a mobile app with WordPress REST API and React Native

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WordPress can work as an excellent back-end platform for your next native app, especially if it is content-driven or an online shop. In this article, you will learn the foundations for building mobile apps with React Native and WordPress.

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