19.0.0 released Nov 08, 2023
Use p-path to create the absolute URL path to refer back to your application so you can issue requests to it.
For example, this is a link that specifies request "show-notes":
@<a href="<<p-path>>/show-notes?date=yesterday">Show Notes</a>
If you are building HTML forms, you can add a note with:
@<form action="<<p-path>>/add-note" method="POST">
@<input type="text" name="note" value="">
See request-URL for more on URL structure.
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