On the Omniceps site there's a new post introducing you to Latte, the templating component of the Nette framework that can be used independently.
A PHP templating engine is the one which gives you ability to write html for your clients efficiently using PHP variables.
However, PHP was originally built to be a templating engine, but yet it was never used primarily as a templating engine. There has been so many PHP templating engine so far in the market since PHP evolved, but none of them has made as great impression on us as Latte. Introducing you to Latte, one of the best PHP templating engine you have come across so far. Also Latte protects your web app from vulnerabilities like XSS (cross site scripting).
The tutorial starts with an example comparing "plain old PHP" templating with the Latte version for a
foreach loop. Next they show how to install the Latte component and the two different kinds of macros the tool includes. They also talk about filters, performance concerns, context aware escaping and "pretty output" options.