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Project Summary

Jelly is a tool for turning XML into executable code. So Jelly is a Java and XML based scripting and processing engine. Jelly can be used as a more flexible and powerful front end to Ant such as in the Maven project, as a testing framework such as JellyUnit, in an intergration or workflow system such as werkflow or as a page templating system inside engines like Cocoon.

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Java
73%
XML
25%
6 Other
2%

30 Day Summary

Feb 12 2020 — Mar 13 2020

12 Month Summary

Mar 13 2019 — Mar 13 2020

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