Friday, March 25th, 2005

Tapestry Framework Ajaxian Components

Category: Java

<p>Tapestry is an event-based Java web framework. It is very component oriented, and many think it is what JavaServer Faces should have been ;)

It is natural for Tapestry to have components which grok Ajax, and we already have some coming.

For example: This example is Google Suggest-ish.

The more the merrier!

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Posted by Dion Almaer at 1:33 pm
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The link attached to this comment is another Tapestry/Ajax demo, demonstrating how easy it is for Tapestry to jive with the hype of Ajax easily.

Comment by Erik Hatcher — March 27, 2005

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