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HTML templating engine written entirely in Java

'htmltemplate' is an HTML templating engine whose design is borrowed from the HTML::Template Perl module. The engine aims for simple and natural separation of HTML and Java. The HTML is stored in files called "templates", containing ordinary HTML extended with a few template-specific HTML-like tags. The Java code instantiates a template object from the file and uses a simple API to feed it with run-time data (e.g. obtained from the database). When the processing starts, the data gets inserted in the appropriate places in the template.



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Janet Casey

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13 February 2004

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Hrvoje Niksic Maintainer

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Python (Ref)
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