Split text into left and right columns using CSS

Result (drawn using ASCIIFlow Legacy): +————————————————–+ | | | 1) This text is left. This text is right. | | 2) This text is left. This text is right. | | | +————————————————–+ Sample HTML and CSS: <style> .split { display: block; } .split span { display: block; float: right; } div { left: 200px; …

Render array of objects together with index in Mustache.js and as Bootstrap rows or dropdown options with selected value

Came across a GitHub issue Collection processing like @index for Mustache.js. It referenced the each() function in another library, GRMustache. Came up with the following and posted my solution back in the Mustache.js GitHub issue 🙂 Sample code: const mustache = require(‘mustache’); let templateVars = { date: ‘2021-12-03’, items: [ { id: 12, name: ‘ant’, …