var html = require("jade-html!./file.jade"); // => returns file.jade content as html
Allows you to get HTML back instead of a function reference. I found this useful for templates which render server side.
Possible options are (all passed to jade.compile()):
self - set the context
pretty - boolean, output pretty html or not
locals - set locals
Don't forget to polyfill
require if you want to use it in node.
See enhanced-require documentation.