What is Qute?

This exercise demonstrates how your Quarkus application can utilize the Qute Templating Engine feature to build type-safe, server-side templates which can be rendered at will in Quarkus applications.
Qute is a templating engine designed specifically to meet Quarkus' needs. The usage of reflection is minimized to reduce the size of native images. The API combines both the imperative and the non-blocking reactive style of coding. In the development mode, all files located in src/main/resources/templates are watched for changes and modifications are immediately visible. Furthermore, we try to detect most of the template problems at build time. In this exercise, you will learn how to easily render templates in your application.


The Qute engine renders templates (ordinary files with things similar to Hello {name}!). The expression {name} embedded in the template is replaced with the value of the corresponding value passed in as context (a simple string, or perhaps a mapping of key/value pairs). Due to its type-safe goals, the engine will attempt to validate expressions during the build, to catch any errors or typos or other mismatched expressions.


Quarkus, Java, Qute
Daniel Oh
Daniel Oh
Senior Principal Technical Marketing Manager
Daniel Oh is a senior principal technical marketing manager at Red Hat to evangelize developers for building Cloud-Native Microservices and Serverless Functions with Cloud-Native Runtimes(i.e. Quarkus, Spring Boot, Node.js) and OpenShift/Kubernetes. Daniel also continues to contribute to various cloud open-source projects and ecosystems as a CNCF ambassador for accelerating DevOps adoption in enterprises. He's speaking at lots of technical seminars, workshops, and meetups to elaborate on new emerging technologies for enterprise developers & DevOps teams.