#svg #html #xml #tag #markup

tagger

Write SVG / HTML / XML programmatically

31 releases (13 stable)

4.3.3 Mar 18, 2022
4.2.1 Jan 12, 2022
3.3.2 Dec 31, 2021
3.2.1 Sep 30, 2021
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Used in 4 crates (via poloto)

MIT license

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Overview

Build xml / html / svg programmatically using element building blocks. Instead of using a templating engine, write data/markup that 'looks like' rust.

Find it on github and crates.io. Docs at docs.rs.

Tagger also provides functionality to build svg paths and polyline attribute data.

Tagger additionally protects against XML escaping by replacing xml escape characters with its encoded value.

Example

fn main() -> std::fmt::Result {
    let width = 100.0;
    let height = 100.0;

    let mut w = tagger::new(tagger::upgrade_write(std::io::stdout()));

    w.elem("svg", |d| {
        d.attr("xmlns", "http://www.w3.org/2000/svg")?;
        d.attr("viewBox", format_args!("0 0 {} {}", width, height))
    })?
    .build(|w| {
        w.single("rect", |d| {
            d.attr("x1", 0)?;
            d.attr("y1", 0)?;
            d.attr("rx", 20)?;
            d.attr("ry", 20)?;
            d.attr("width", width)?;
            d.attr("height", height)?;
            d.attr("style", "fill:blue")
        })?;

        w.elem("style", tagger::no_attr())?
            .build(|w| w.put_raw(".test{fill:none;stroke:white;stroke-width:3}"))?;

        w.elem("g", |d| d.attr("class", "test"))?.build(|w| {
            for r in (0..50).step_by(10) {
                w.single("circle", |w| {
                    w.attr("cx", 50.0)?;
                    w.attr("cy", 50.0)?;
                    w.attr("r", r)
                })?;
            }
            Ok(())
        })
    })
}

Output

demo

No runtime deps