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Takes (framework)

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Developer(s)Yegor Bugayenko
Stable release
1.7.1 / October 14, 2017 (2017-10-14)
Written inJava
    Operating systemCross-platform
    PlatformJava Virtual Machine
    TypeWeb framework
    Website{{URL|example.com|optional display text}}

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    Takes is an open source web framework based on the principles of immutability and object-oriented programming.

    Its key benefits, comparing to all others, include these four fundamental principles:

    1. Not a single NULL
    2. Not a single public static method
    3. Not a single mutable class, and
    4. Not a single instanceof keyword, type casting, or reflection.


    • No configuration files
    • No need to use any web container
    • Hit-refresh debugging
    • Native support of XML+XSLT templating
    • Native support of JSON
    • JUnit integration
    • Velocity, JSP, JSF templates/layouts
    • Open-source
    • Lightweight


    A Hello World Takes application, with just one file:

    import org.takes.http.Exit;
    import org.takes.http.FtBasic;
    import org.takes.facets.fork.TkFork;
    public final class Hello {
      public static void main(final String... args) throws Exception {
        new FtBasic(
          new TkFork(new FkRegex("/", "hello, world!")), 8080


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