Apache Tapestry is an open-source framework for creating dynamic, robust, highly scalable web applications in Java or other JVM languages. Tapestry complements and builds upon the standard Java Servlet API, and so it works in any servlet container or application server.
Tapestry is released under the Apache Software License 2.0.
Tapestry has a long history, with the oldest code dating back to January 2000. That means a lot of releases. At this time, Tapestry releases 3 and 4 are no longer being developed; developer effort for the past several years has focused on Tapestry 5.
The people behind Tapestry
Howard M. Lewis Ship
PMC member and former chair
|Jochen Kemnade||jkemnade||PMC member|
Robert D. Zeigler
Thiago H. de Paula Figueiredo
These people have contributed to Tapestry in the form of documentation, patches or otherwise:
documentation and demos
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Training and SupportApache Tapestry is an open source project and as such, supported by the community. Even if you are looking for commercial support, your best bet for support is to first subscribe to Apache Tapestry user mailing list and ask there. Read more about how to get involved.
Commercial Training and Support
Training on Tapestry and Support is available directly from the source: the Tapestry project committers:
- Howard Lewis Ship: Provides a multi-day, hands-on workshop on Tapestry, as well as mentoring, support and project work
- Thiago H. de Paula Figueriredo: Provides training and support on Tapestry and related technologies including Spring and Hibernate
Community SupportLike all Apache projects, Tapestry uses mailing lists for most communication. You can subscribe by sending e-mail to the addresses below. For each list, there are subscribe, unsubscribe, and archive links. All Tapestry users are welcome to subscribe to any of these lists, however questions on how to use Tapestry in your application are best sent to the user mailing list.
Please note that the Nabble archives are set to read-only and don't allow for posting or answering using Nabble's web interface. You have to subscribe to the mailing list in order to post.
Tapestry User List
Tapestry Developer List
Tapestry Commits List
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