Spindle is a plugin for the Eclipse Platform that provides excellent IDE support for Web apps developed using the Tapestry framework. It includes wizards for creating applications and application components. Editors for applications, libraries, pages, components, and templates, all with popup help, syntax completion, and "as you type validation" are included. A project build process catches and marks almost every runtime Tapestry error before you deploy your application.
|Tags||Internet Web Dynamic Content|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: The documentation has been integrated with context-sensitive key bindings. Major bugfixes and feature enhancements. Documentation is now available online.
Release Notes: The plugin was completely rewritten. Users can create new Tapestry projects, pages, and components by using the wizards. Command completion was added in the HTML and XML editors along with pop-up help for components and parameters. Users get validations of their HTML and XML files as part of the project build (that is, on every save). It is now also easier for users to run their Web apps using Jetty.
Release Notes: Support for Tapestry 2.2, in particular Tapestry libraries and namespaces, has been added. Eclipse users can now create Tapestry projects and have access to new library and page editors. Conversion and migration services are provided to bring existing projects up to the Tapestry 2.2 standard.
Release Notes: A major bug was fixed, which caused the Component and Page Wizards to create Tapestry files using version 1.1 of the Tapestry DTD instead of version 1.2.
Release Notes: This is the final release of 1.0.0. Major enhancements were made to support Tapestry 2.0.4+, including a migration tool for Tapestry projects created prior to Tapestry 2.0.4.