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Monday, July 09, 2007

FreeMarker sketchbook

FreeMarker sketchbook is a quite polished (especially for a "0.1" release!) online playground for exploring FreeMarker. It's a JLNP application, and it launches into a Swing application with a tabbed window with tabs containg the full FreeMarker manual, a sample data model, an editor for the template, a HTML viewer for the output, and a HTML source viewer for the output.

Neat!

1 Comments:

At Wed Dec 02, 03:42:00 PM GMT+1, Anonymous custom essay said...

I do prefer Freemarker: its macro's, string functions (upper/lowercase, html-escaping) and formatting routines (dates/numbers) come in very handy in real life applications. XML-handling isn't always as straight-forward, though.
Performance is also very good and last but not least, documentation is excellent.

 

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