List/Grid Tag Archives: Thymeleaf

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HOW-TO: Spring Boot and Thymeleaf with Maven

Spring Boot is a great piece of software allowing you to bootstrap Spring application within a few seconds. And it really works. As little configuration as possible to get started. And still possible to change the defaults. Let ...
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CSRF protection in Spring MVC, Thymeleaf, Spring Security application

Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) is an attack which forces an end user to execute unwanted actions on a web application in which he/she is currently authenticated. Preventing CSRF attacks in Spring MVC / Thymeleaf application is ...
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Thymeleaf integration with Spring (Part 2)

1. Introduction This is the second part of the Thymeleaf integration with Spring tutorial. You can read the first part here, where you will learn how to configure this project. As explained at the beginning of the first part of th ...
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Thymeleaf integration with Spring (Part 1)

1.Introduction This article is focused on how Thymeleaf can be integrated with the Spring framework. This will let our MVC web application take advantage of Thymeleaf HTML5 template engine without losing any of the Spring features ...
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Thymeleaf template layouts in Spring MVC application with no extensions

After some years with JSP/JSTL and Apache Tiles I started discovering Thymeleaf for my Spring MVC applications. Thymeleaf is a really great view engine and it simplifies and speeds up the development despite that lack of good Inte ...
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Implement Bootstrap Pagination With Spring Data And Thymeleaf

Twitter Bootstrap has a very nice pagination UI, and here I will show you how to implement it with Spring Data Web pagination function and Thymeleaf conditional evaluation features. Standard Pagination in BootstrapSimple paginat ...
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