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Thymeleaf 2.1 is here!

danielfernandez
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Hi there!

After several months of hard work, we can proudly introduce today the best release of Thymeleaf ever: Thymeleaf 2.1

This is a feature-centric release with a lot of improvements, both at the core and also at the Spring integration package. Powerful DOM Selectors, better expressions, intelligent comments, better Spring error reporting...

We have compiled an extensive explanation of the new features here: http://www.thymeleaf.org/whatsnew21.html

You can start using it right now, see our download page. We have already updated the complete set of artifacts: thymeleaf, thymeleaf-spring3, thymeleaf-testing and the three thymeleaf-extras modules (tiles2, springsecurity3 and conditionalcomments).

All the docs have been updated too: tutorials, articles and example applications. As always, they are all accessible from http://www.thymeleaf.org/documentation.html. Note that we now offer our tutorials also in epub and mobi (Kindle) formats.

Want more? In a couple of days, we will have a completely new online interactive tutorial! Stay tuned for updates on this.

Finally, I would like to personally thank the members of the Thymeleaf Team for their effort, as well as all our contributors: http://www.thymeleaf.org/team.html

And that's it! Now go have a look at the What's new in 2.1 page and... enjoy!

Regards,
Daniel.




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Well done guys, first class effort.  Thymeleaf 2.1 is a fantastic release!
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Antibrumm
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Very good work. Thanks to the whole thymeleaf team to make templating in java a lot more plesant!

Also thanks for the integration of direct fragment rendering. Works perfectly in my case.
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