Monday, April 11th, 2005

Tacos: Tapestry Ajax Components

Category: Ajax, Component

<p>A new release of Tacos has been produced. Tacos contains Ajaxian components for the Java Web Framework Tapestry.

Typical Tree components exist, but what is more exciting is the fact that Partial components have been added. Take a look at the demo to see more.

As Matt Raible says:

Even better, these components work fine with JavaScript turned off. Well done Viktor! Too bad I can’t use Tapestry at my day job.

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