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Tutorials and Guides

Note: if you plan to use Thymeleaf in Spring MVC applications, you should read the "Using Thymeleaf" Guide before the "Thymeleaf + Spring 3" one. The former contains all the Thymeleaf basics whereas the latter only focuses on the Spring integration specifics.

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Javadoc APIs

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Frequently Asked Questions

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Software License

Thymeleaf is distributed under the Apache License 2.0.

Source Repositories

Thymeleaf uses GitHub to maintain its source code. These are the repositories:

Artwork

The Thymeleaf Artwork by The Thymeleaf Project is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. Note that this license only applies to the above listed artwork, and specifically does not apply to software published by the Thymeleaf project.