The Thymeleaf ecosystem is composed of tools and extensions of two types:
- Official extensions (a.k.a. Thymeleaf Extras): created by the Thymeleaf Team and supported as a part of the project.
- Unofficial or Community extensions: linked from this page but developed and maintained by Thymeleaf users outside of the Thymeleaf Project and distributed under their own license and support terms.
The Thymeleaf Testing library allows developers to create automated tests for Thymeleaf applications and extensions in a very easy and declarative way. Among its features:
- Works as an independent library, callable from multiple testing frameworks like e.g. JUnit.
- Tests only the view layer: template processing and its result.
- Allows specifying test input as markup fragments and also as links to the template files of a Thymeleaf-based application being developed, in order to easily test its view layer.
- Versatile testing artifacts: test sequences, iteration, concurrent execution...
- Spring Framework and Spring Security integration.
Test specifications can be as simple as this:
The Thymeleaf plugin for Eclipse IDE adds content assist features that make working in Thymeleaf templates nicer and much more comfortable.
- Code completion of Thymeleaf attribute processors.
- Detailed explanations for each attribute.
- Content assist inside expressions: expression utility objects.
The Thymeleaf Extras Tiles 2 library provides a dialect that allows using Apache Tiles 2 as the layout method of Thymeleaf-based applications. Features:
- Use Thymeleaf templates in Tiles definitions.
- Use Thymeleaf template fragments in layout definitions, natural templates possible with Tiles!
- Mix JSP and Thymeleaf templates in the same layout if required.
- Optional Spring MVC 3 and Spring Web Flow 2.3 integrations.
With this library, Tiles definitions can specify Thymeleaf
templates, or even only fragments of them (in the usual
...and templates can call the Thymeleaf Tiles Dialect to include other parts of the layout:
The Thymeleaf Extras Spring Security library provides a dialect that allows integrating several authorization and authentication aspects of Spring Security (versions 3.x and 4.x) into Thymeleaf-based applications. Features:
- Thymeleaf-based equivalent to the Spring Security JSP tag library.
Adds new expression utility objects like
#authorizationfor integrating Spring Security capabilities into Thymeleaf expressions.
Adds new attributes like
sec:authorizedfor easier configuration of security.
With this library, role-based access restrictions defined in Spring Security can be easily used:
The security-related objects can also be included in your normal Thymeleaf expressions:
The Thymeleaf Extras Conditional Comments library provides support for Internet Explorer conditional comments in Thymeleaf templates.
- Process Thymeleaf attribute processors inside conditional comments.
- Supports the whole syntax of conditional comments.
IE Conditional comments look like this:
...and thanks to this library, they are correctly executed like:
Developed and maintained by Thymeleaf users outside of the Thymeleaf Project and distributed under their own license and support terms.
A dialect for Thymeleaf that allows you to use layout/decorator templates to style your content, as well as pass entire fragment elements to included pages, all to help improve code reuse. If you've ever used SiteMesh for your JSPs, or Facelets with JSFs, then the concepts of this library will be very familiar to you.
Dandelion is a free and Open Source Java framework aimed at making web development simpler in JVM-based environments.
PagesDialect is a custom dialect that provides some Collection processing utilities, like pagination, sorting or exporting.
A dialect for Thymeleaf that allows you to use attributes with a
"with" prefix to avoid having long
Some parts of our webpage will not change often during the lifetime of the application or is dependent only on a usersession.
This dialect will cache the resulting output of the element it is declared on and will replace the element on a cache hit.
This dialect reads JSR-303 annotations and modifies the HTML code introducing HTML5 form validation code matching the annotations.
WUIC is a Java project that helps developers manage their web statics. JS/CSS minification and aggregation, sprites computation, server/browser cache with eviction on any changes, etc. The dialect helps Thymeleaf users use WUIC features when writing their templates.
Thymeleaf Data Attributes dialect evaluates thymeleaf expressions
data:* attributes and sets the result as
data-* attribute of the HTML tag.
This dialect uses the Spring Data pagination elements to create pagination and sorting components in the Bootstrap style.
fragment inclusions statically (without executing the
Additionally, it provides a lot of powerful features for static
prototyping like allowing developers to statically evaluate
conditional fragments (
their prototypes, improving the experience of Natural Template
HDIV is a web application security framework that helps to avoid most common web security risks (OWASP top ten). HDIV controls the data flow between the server and the client side, applying security validations transparently and without updating applications source code.
HDIV applies integrity checks (avoiding for instance parameter tampering and URLs manipulation) to all the data that is sent to the client from the server and generic input validations to the data that come from text fields. In addition to that HDIV adds aleatory tokens to each link and form in order to avoid CSRF web risk.
thymus.js is a Thymeleaf inspired JQuery plug-in that can be used as a Thymeleaf client-side controller for fragmented model/view updates via the client's browser. thymus.js is flexible enough to be run independent of Thymeleaf, but can also be used as a powerful production companion to Thymeleaf and/or as an offline protoyping engine.
A maven archetype for web applications including Thymeleaf, Spring MVC, Spring Security, Bootstrap, JPA (Hibernate / HSQLDB / Spring Data JPA), mongoDB and JUnit.
A maven archetype for bootstrapping web applications using Spring MVC and Thymeleaf.
Thymesheet is an extension for Thymeleaf which allows you to move
attributes such as
th:text etc, into
an external CSS3 file. This means that absolutely no Java/server
logic is embedded in the HTML at all - taking natural templating one
step further! Compatible with Tiles, Spring, Conditional Comments,
and any Thymeleaf dialect.
This module allows you to use Thymeleaf as a substitute for the Groovy templates in the view layer of Play Framework 1.2.
A module for Play Framework (Scala) to use Thymeleaf template engine as an alternative to Twirl, which is a standard Play Framework template engine.
This example web application introduces a way of doing PHP-like web pages using Thymeleaf with zero Java code. For that, a new SQL dialect and a servlet for standalone execution of templates are introduced.