Jenner is a Web page templating system with a twist: it runs completely within a Web browser. Templates are just normal Web pages with special syntax inside text nodes, attributes, or comments. Unlike other in-browser templating systems, Jenner does not require overloading of "class" attributes or invalid HTML; all Jenner templates are valid Web pages and the template expressions flow in a very natural way. Having the template engine in the Web browser instead of on the server takes a lot of load off of the server, and makes for a clean separation of presentation and content. Jenner is very powerful: it has the full power of the Esel expression language at its disposal. Templates can be rendered from JSON data, and can be re-rendered without a browser-to-server round trip.
Cisco Template Manager (CTM) is a set of tools that make it easy to manage Cisco configurations over a whole network based on your self-defined templates. With CTM you will have a unified configuration in your entire network, which is the basic building block of operational stability and security. The pre-defined templates support regular expressions. It supports the C760x, C730x, C37xx, C35xx, C29xx, C28xx, C18xx, and C17xx family series.
jin-template is a really simple template engine. It uses pure HTML templates for source, and Java or PHP code to build the result. Most template engines use special entities inside the template to define view building logic (such as selections or iterations). The aim of jin-template is to separate the view building logic from the view by defining the variable blocks in the HTML (or XML) with comments and using these blocks from the code.
Cambridge is a template engine for generating HTML/XML markup in Java applications. It is highly extensible, high performance, and designed to be less cluttered. It prefers making use of the scopes of the existing HTML/XML tags in your template instead of wrapping your tags with some non-standard tags or scripting code. Cambridge templates are pure HTML/XML documents that you can edit on any tool or view directly on browsers without any issues. Cambridge can be used in standalone Java applications, with Servlets, and along with popular Web frameworks such as Spring Mvc, Struts, Play Framework, JAX-RS, and many others.