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Java Spring Basics Modeling, Storing, and Presenting Data Create an Index Page That Presents a List of Data

Do you need to use the @ to generate a URL? Without it seems to work fine too.

Here is the code for the anchor tag on the home page:

<a th:href="'gif/' + ${gif.name}">

It still works. Why would I use one method over the other?

1 Answer

Sławomir Lasik
Sławomir Lasik
7,792 Points

the @{} calculates the URL according to this

http://www.thymeleaf.org/doc/articles/standardurlsyntax.html

So I may assume that acctually this will work (both yours and teachers solution) locally but on production with different domain not.

I think...