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Blade: A Simple, Elegant Java Web Framework

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Blade: A Simple, Elegant Java Web Framework

Blade is a lightweight Java MVC framework based on the principles of simplicity and elegance.

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What Is Blade?

Blade is a lightweight MVC framework. It is based on the principles of simplicity and elegance. If you like it, you can Star and Fork, thanks!

Features

  •  Lightweight. The code is simple and structure is clear
  •  Modular (you can choose which components to use)
  •  Support plug-in extension mechanism
  •  Restful style routing interface
  •  Multiple configuration files support (currently properties, json and coding)
  •  Eembed jetty server and template engine support
  •  Support jdk1.6 or higher version

Overview

  • Simplicity. The design is simple, easy to understand, and doesn't introduce many layers between you and the standard library. It is a goal of the project that users should be able to understand the whole framework in a single day.
  • Elegance. Support the REST style routing interface, provide DSL grammar to write, no invasive interceptors.

Getting Started

To get started, first include the Blade library and then create a class with a main method like this:

public class App extends Bootstrap {

    @Override
    public void init() {}

    public static void main(String[] args) throws Exception {
        Blade blade = Blade.me();
        blade.get("/").run(request, response) -> {
            response.html("<h1>Hello blade!</h1>");
            return null;
        });
        blade.app(App.class).listen(9001).start();
    }
}

Run it and point your browser to http://localhost:9001. There you go, you've just created your first Blade app!

OK, all this may seem simple, refer to the guidelines to use more ready-made examples for your reference:

Plan

  1. Improve the document
  2. Add the routing configuration way
  3. To develop personalized social applications
  4. Maintain and optimize the code

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Licenses

Blade Framework based on the Apache2 License

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