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Tapestry 5.2.4 Out

I have been doing quite a bit of work with Apache Tapestry.  In the past week, Tapestry 5.2.4 has been released and is worth checking out. Coming from a WebObjects background, Tapestry seems like a very logical approach to web development.  If you aren’t familiar with WebObjects, the learning curve can be a little steep.

There are an increasing number of open source projects using Tapestry which is making it a lot easier to get started by looking at code examples.  Here are a few worth checking out:

  • Wookie – Collaborative book editing.
  • Tapestry Hotel Booking – An example application that shows how to use common Tapestry features with live demo.
  • Tapestry Jumpstart – A basic application setup along with demonstrations of a bunch of common components. This is very useful as a reference.

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Mark Shead

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