Tuesday, September 13th, 2005

Tapestry Tacos: Ajaxian components for the Java web framework

Category: Component, Java, Library

<p>Jesse Kuhnert has been busy. The Tacos project is a component library for the Tapestry java web framework.

Recently, the components have been refactored to run on top of the popular JavaScript frameworks, Prototype/Rico/and soon Dojo.

Components

  • Tree
  • AjaxDirectLink
  • AjaxForm
  • DirtyFormWarning
  • Autocompleter
  • ProgressBar
  • Refresh

You can see all of the components in action

Component Reference

Tacos Progressbar

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