QWeb for email templates
This module was written to allow you to write email templates in QWeb instead of jinja2. The advantage here is that with QWeb, you can make use of inheritance and the call statement, which allows you to reuse designs and snippets in multiple templates, making your development process simpler. Furthermore, QWeb views are easier to edit with the integrated ACE editor.
To use this module, you need to:
- Select QWeb in the field Body templating engine
- Select a QWeb view to be used to render the body field
- Apart from QWeb's standard variables, you also have access to object and email_template, which are browse records of the current object and the email template in use, respectively.
Demo data contains an example on how to separate corporate identity from a template's content.
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