I've gotten used to Liquid from using Jekyll and Octopress. When I took Wintersmith for a spin I sort of missed Liquid. So I created a template plugin for Liquid that uses the liquid-node module to render Liquid templates.
Liquid plugin for Wintersmith, uses liquid-node to take advantage of asynchronous behavior. The liquid-node module uses Q internally and thus we can take advantage of this in our template plugin.
Template plugins for Wintersmith are quite easy to write. I published mine on npm after a few minutes after initially having been confounded by CoffeeScript. Bonus: now I know how to write CoffeeScript!
Navigate to the folder you created with
wintersmith new and run
$ npm install wintersmith-liquid --save
Once you have installed the plugin you need to modify your
config.json and add
wintersmith-liquid to the list of plugins for your site.
Templates with the
.html extensions are parsed with Liquid.