JSON Template Language
draft-jonas-json-template-language-01

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Abstract

JSON Template Language is a simple, compact template language to substitute JSON [1] into a template. It is derived from the template literals of Javascript, as defined in the ECMAScript Programming Language Standard, Ninth Edition ECMA-262 [2]. It has uses not limited to: specifying interfaces, runtime expression mapping, and other forms of programmatically interacting with JSON and templates.

Authors

Shane Jonas (shane.j@etclabs.org)

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