Thymeleaf

Thymeleaf 3.0.0.RELEASE is the current stable version. It was released on 8 May 2016. Read the announcement.

Thymeleaf requires Java SE 6 or newer.

Maven/Gradle

The easiest way to include Thymeleaf in your project is to use a build system like Maven or Gradle and make use of the Thymeleaf artifacts living in the Central Repository. All you need to do is add the Thymeleaf dependencies you need to your project:

Module Group ID Artifact ID
Core library org.thymeleaf thymeleaf
Spring 3 integration org.thymeleaf thymeleaf-spring3
Spring 4 integration org.thymeleaf thymeleaf-spring4
Testing library org.thymeleaf thymeleaf-testing
Spring Security 3 integration org.thymeleaf.extras thymeleaf-extras-springsecurity3
Spring Security 4 integration org.thymeleaf.extras thymeleaf-extras-springsecurity4
Java 8 Time API compatibility org.thymeleaf.extras thymeleaf-extras-java8time
Tiles 2 integration org.thymeleaf.extras thymeleaf-extras-tiles2
IE Conditional Comments support org.thymeleaf.extras thymeleaf-extras-conditionalcomments

An example:

Distribution packages

In case you don't use a build tool such as Maven or Gradle, we also offer a complete distribution package containing binaries, source, javadoc and dependencies in the form of a convenient .zip file, which you can download from our bintray binary repository.

Sources

Thymeleaf's source code is available on GitHub. Here are the main repositories:

Artwork

If you need to use the Thymeleaf logo, you can just copy the one below, or have a look here and find several versions of it along with instructions on how to use it.

The Thymeleaf Artwork by The Thymeleaf Project is licensed under the Creative Commons CC BY-SA 3.0 License. Note that this license only applies to the Thymeleaf artwork, and specifically does not apply to software published by the Thymeleaf project nor to the names, logos or other artwork of companies or projects using Thymeleaf, even if displayed on this website.