Using SVGs in Common Lisp web apps with Djula

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  • djula

    Common Lisp port of the Django templating language

    In this post, we are going to take a look at how to use SVG content or embed SVGs inside your HTML with the Djula templating engine in a Common Lisp web application.

  • caveman

    Lightweight web application framework for Common Lisp.

    Djula is a port of Python's Django template engine to Common Lisp. It's the default templating engine used by the framework Caveman for building web applications

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  • svgr

    Transform SVGs into React components 🦁

    To solve these problems and have a better development workflow, I have created a package called cl-djula-svg which automates all the above steps for you. The inspiration for this package came from svgr which exactly does the same thing in React applications. It takes a SVG file, process some override logic, optimize it and create React wrapper components based on the SVG content.

  • quicklisp-projects

    Metadata for projects tracked by Quicklisp.

    The tracking issue for adding cl-djula-svg to quicklisp is here. You may want to check it for any updates.

  • svgo

    ⚙️ Node.js tool for optimizing SVG files

    There are still a lot of things cl-djula-svg is capable of doing. For the immediate future, I am looking at adding optimization capabilities something like what svgo is doing for svgr. If you know anything else needs to be done to improve the package, please open an issue in the repository.

  • cl-djula-svg

    Handle SVGs in Djula templates

    There are still a lot of things cl-djula-svg is capable of doing. For the immediate future, I am looking at adding optimization capabilities something like what svgo is doing for svgr. If you know anything else needs to be done to improve the package, please open an issue in the repository.

  • React

    A declarative, efficient, and flexible JavaScript library for building user interfaces.

    To solve these problems and have a better development workflow, I have created a package called cl-djula-svg which automates all the above steps for you. The inspiration for this package came from svgr which exactly does the same thing in React applications. It takes a SVG file, process some override logic, optimize it and create React wrapper components based on the SVG content.

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  • cl-svg-demo

    Demo app for cl-djula-svg

    The source code for cl-djula-svg is hosted in Github and the demo project is here

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