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A few days ago we changed our website infrastructure from a Confluence export that gets rsync'ed over several hosts until it reaches the ASF's main web servers to a SvnPubSub based approach. Now once an hour a buildbot build exports the site from Confluence and checks the changes into SVN where they get picked up by the public facing web servers almost instantly. This allows us to keep our old website sources in Confluence but also allows us to check in static resources like JavaDocs, …
The Tapestry Team is very proud to announce the availability of Apache Tapestry 5.3.5.
The Tapestry Team is very proud to announce the availability of Apache Tapestry 5.3.4.
The Tapestry Team is very proud to announce the availability of Apache Tapestry 5.3.3.
James Ward has published a short article about how to deploy Tapestry applications on the Heroku cloud computing service: Deploy Containerless Tapestry Apps on Heroku .
The Tapestry Team is very proud to announce the availability of Apache Tapestry 5.3.2.
The Tapestry Team is very proud to announce the availability of Apache Tapestry 5.3.1.
The Tapestry Team is very proud to announce the availability of Apache Tapestry 5.3.
We've released a new release candidate for Tapestry 5.3: Apache Tapestry 5.3-rc-2.
I've created a very long, detailed discussion of the importance of Feedback as a cornerstone of Tapestry. It's available from my personal blog, howardlewisship.com.
We've released the first beta preview of Tapestry 5.3: Tapestry 5.3-beta-1.
A short screencast highlighting improvements to Tapestry's handling of server-side errors during Ajax requests
A short screencast introducing some new components and features coming in Tapestry 5.3
A new stable version of Tapestry is available for download, Tapestry 5.2.6. We can recommend that all Tapestry 5.2 applications upgrade to version 5.2.6.
Apache Tapestry version 5.3.0 is now available. This is the first alpha release of Tapestry 5.3. It is designed to be a drop-in replacement for Tapestry 5.2, adding new components and features, with lower memory utilization, and even faster startup.
We make bold claims right on the front page about performance and back that up with usually anecdotal evidence. It's nice that a disinterested third party has come up with their own framework performance shootout, covering everthing from Rails to Play to Wicket to (thanks to Kalle) Tapestry 5.2.5. I have to say that Tapestry significantly rocked
The new blog Java Magic has some detailed postings about Tapestry's Aspect Oriented Programming features. This is a blog to track if you are interested in some of the more advanced capabilities of Tapestry.
- Tapestry 5 in Action
- Spring in Action, …
A very happy Tapestry user, Adam Zimowski, recently posted to the Tapestry users mailing list a short description of his progress with a major Tapestry application:Today I'm more in love with Tapestry 5 than ever before. I had a milestone demo at work which went well, and could actually show a good portion of a re-written website running and working! I'm at the heights of my project development. …
As expected, Tapestry 5.2.5 has been voted up as the latest stable version for Tapestry 5.2; we can now recommend that all users upgrade from 5.2.4 to 5.2.5.
The main fix in this release is TAP5-1208, which fixes the issue with null values of mutable fields of components, when debugging applications. This bug has been introduced in 5.2.4 with the deprecation of page pooling. …
Tapestry 5 in Action is a comprehensive guide that introduces Apache Tapestry and its approach to building modern web applications. The book walks you through Tapestry 5, from a simple Hello World application to rich Ajax-enabled applications. Written by a core committer, …
Kalle Kohonen, well known in the Tapestry community for his work on Tynamo and its many popular and independently reusable sub-modules, has been voted in as a Tapestry committer. Let's all welcome him aboard!