A powerful Java Template Engine, great for building HTML or XML docs. Chunk can handle many other needs and situations as well. In-tag filters & default values, multiple snippets per file, layered themes, macros, conditional includes, localization & more.

Features

  • GAE and Android support
  • Self-contained: one small jar provides most common functionality.
  • Nestable loops and conditionals (if-elseIf-else).
  • Macros, Includes and Conditional Includes.
  • Curly-brace {$tags} pop nicely in docs already full of <AngleBrackets>.
  • Natural templates - can still validate as xml/xhtml.
  • Flexible null-handling; template designer may specify default tag values.
  • Built-in library of powerful in-tag filters a la {$tag|trim}, including regex, sprintf.
  • Localization framework.
  • Easy MVC: Glue a model to a template view with a single line of code.
  • Support for theme layers.
  • Define multiple snippets per template file.
  • Highly optimized codebase.
  • Hooks for extending; define your own tag filters.
  • Eclipse Template Editor plugin available with syntax highlighting & more.

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User Reviews

  • Easy to get started with but the killer is having to implement the DataCapsule class in order to loop through a list of Objects on a page. I want to be able to use my classes as-is, not have to revamp them just to support exporting to CSV. Unfortunately, this is a deal-breaker and I'm having to switch over to Velocity as a result.

  • Way cleaner than jsp. Can set up simple templates or try out some of the advanced features. Tag filters make presentation easy. The other reviewer is mistaken, since 2.1 you no longer need to box objects in DataCapsule class. Any non-private POJO or Bean object attribute is exposed to the template even within loops.

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Additional Project Details

Intended Audience

Developers

User Interface

Eclipse

Programming Language

Java

Registered

2011-01-03