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I like Jinja2 templating and haven't fully jumped on the client side generation train. But I'm partially on that train and do do some client side generation. Particularly for elements that need to appear and disappear with the data lurking in the background. What I found is that I can pass json directly to the script portions of a Jinja template and avoid a second request (although certainly subsequent requests are often necessary). It might not be the "right way" but it works for a lot of things and is pretty simple.



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