A previous post introduced the features of the Thymeleaf template engine in a standalone environment. Even if a standalone use of Thymeleaf can make sense - e.g. for short document generation or view testing - developers usually use the template engine in a web environment. This post covers how to integrate Thymeleaf with one of the most popular Java web frameworks, Spring MVC. We'll see also how to test the controller and the view with Spring MVC test framework.