Tim Dietrich has released version 1.2 of Aloe Express, the popular open-source Xojo Web server module. With Aloe Express, Xojo developers can quickly and easily build Web APIs, microservices, and more.
The latest version of Aloe Express adds support for a new “Template” class, which provides mustache-like “logic-less” templating capabilities. The Aloe Express demo app has been updated with an example of the new class, including a few sample templates.
In addition, the Aloe.Zone Web site, located at https://aloe.zone, has been redesigned. The site is now powered by Aloe Express 1.2, and has been designed using RapidWeaver along with the popular Foundation front-end framework by Zurb.
Tim will be demonstrating Aloe Express later this month at the 2018 Xojo Developer Conference.
Aloe Express v1.2 is available for immediate download at: https://aloe.zone/resources/downloads.html