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Daily Dose: JSON Rendering Engine Marches to a New "Tempo"

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Daily Dose: JSON Rendering Engine Marches to a New "Tempo"

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Tempo is a new JSON rendering engine used for building data templates in pure HTML.  When you build the data templates, there is a clear separation between JavaScript and HTML files (no JS in your HTML). Fast rendering speeds are standard and the program has a small memory footprint.  Tempo works with several browsers including Safari, Chrome, Opera and Internet Explorer 6+.  The open source software is available for download via GitHub. 

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