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Subject [Tapestry Wiki] Update of "BoardReportJanuary2007" by HowardLewisShip
Date Sun, 07 Jan 2007 17:32:33 GMT
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- Tapestry 5 continues to steam along, many of the main features are in place, including basic
form support and input validation.
+ == Tapestry 4.1 ==
  
+ Tapestry 4.1 integrates Ajax support directly into Tapestry.  It bundles the Dojo toolkit
libraries and adds many features to integrate the two.
- Kent Tong is building a test framework for unit testing individual pages/components, aiming
to make
- Tapestry 5 one of the most TDD friendly web frameworks. Many core functions are already
working.
  
- == Tapestry 4.1.<x> ==
- The Tapestry 4.1 series of releases have been a gradual maturation of some of the new ajax
features, as well as general bug fixes / improvements to Tapestry 4.
+ We've seen the  gradual maturation of some of the new Ajax features, as well as general
bug fixes and other improvements to the Tapestry 4 code base.
  
  
+ The use of Maven 2 in has resulted in a much improved overall development process, and improved
developer interaction with the Tapestry community.
- === Release Cycle ===
- The use of maven2 in for managing common project tasks has resulted in a much improved overall
process / interaction with the community. 
  
-  * '''Snapshot releases''' - Tapestry 4.1 / 4.1.1 / 4.1.2 have all been continually released
into the Apache snapshot repositories throughout the development cycle for each release, resulting
in much better user feedback as well as community happiness in general at the ability for
Tapestry developers to make bug fixes and have them available immediately - instead of waiting
for another official release.
+  * '''Snapshot releases''' - Tapestry 4.1 / 4.1.1 / 4.1.2 have all been continually released
into the Apache snapshot repositories throughout the development cycle for each release, resulting
in much better user feedback as well as improved community happiness  as bug fixes and improvements
don't have to wait for the next official release.
  
-  * '''Documentation Management''' - Updating the Tapestry user documentation areas has also
undergone a lot of improvement. Marketing / support of Tapestry related projects / developers
has also been improved by more pro-active marketing of these community accomplishments on
the main http://tapestry.apache.org site via news items. 
+  * '''Documentation Management''' - There has been big improvements in the quality and quantity
of Tapestry documentation. In addition, marketing and support of Tapestry has also been improved
increasing the prominence of related links on the Tapestry project home page.
  
- === Miscellaneous Progress ===
+ == Tapestry 5 ==
  
-  * '''Community Projects''' - There has been a lot of good activity involving outside project
development. Some of the more exciting projects are Tapestry NetBeans support / another Intellij
IDEA plugin / multiple Hibernate library implementations / BeanForm component (related to
hibernate) / new Tapestry book - Tapestry 101 . There are others but these do show that the
project is at least continuing to grow and justify its existence as a TLP. 
+ Tapestry 5 continues to steam along, many of the main features are in place, including basic
form support and input validation.  Performance continues to be excellent.
  
-  * '''Improved "Look"''' - The main Tapestry web sites / demo applications / etc have all
undergone a lot of UI tweaks to ensure a more professional / slick looking face of Tapestry
is presented. 
  
+ Kent Tong is building a test framework for unit testing individual pages/components, aiming
to make Tapestry 5 one of the most test-friendly web frameworks. Many core functions are already
working.
+ 
+ == Miscellaneous Progress ==
+ 
+  * '''Community Projects''' - There has been a lot of good activity involving outside project
development. Some of the more exciting projects are Tapestry IDE support projects for NetBeans
and for IntelliJ.  A couple of different approachs to Hibernate integration have become available.
A brand new Tapestry book, Tapestry 101, converts Tapestry 4 in detail.
+ 
+  * '''Improved "Look"''' - The main Tapestry web sites and demo projects have all been reworked
to project a more polished and professional look and feel.
+ 

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