Release Notes: Helper beans are now more useful. The NumericField component has been improved. Object pols now cull out unused objects after a while. The ShowInspector component now uses Flash, and uses DHTML to position the icon in the lower-right corner. Tapestry now bundles Jetty 3.1RC9 and is compatible with JBoss 2.4.0. The documentation has been extensively improved, including more UML diagrams.
Release Notes: This release reworks the visual layout of the homepage and the Virtual Library demonstration. It adds helper beans, a way to extend the behavior of a component by aggregation (instead of inheritance).
Release Notes: This release contains an overhaul of the how URLs are encoded to allow static HTML to safely reference resources using relative URLs.
Release Notes: This release adds a completely revised HTML parser that significantly streamlines the integration of creative and technical efforts. The programming model has been simplified through the use of listener methods. Several new components have debuted, including the powerful Palette multiple-selection form element.
Release Notes: Streamlined and improved the Tapestry DTDs which allows Tapestry applications to run in a "stateless" mode (i.e., without an HttpSession) until server side state is created. A generic validating NumericField component added. Log4J upgraded to 1.1.1. The Virtual Library demo improved, and a new tutorial that demonstrates how to create a Portal application using Tapestry added.
Release Notes: Minor changes to properly support HttpSession failover within a WebLogic cluster.
Release Notes: Minor documentation improvements, some additional logging code, and alterations to the Java package structure and the CVS directory structure.
Release Notes: This release continues the ramp up to GA for Tapestry. The most significant change is the use of the Java API for XML Processing (JAXP) 1.1 to select the XML parser for reading component specifications, allowing developers to configure which parser to use. The Tapestry distribution now includes the slimmer Crimson parser, rather than Xerces.
Release Notes: Fixes for multithreading bugs, improved performance, new components, finished localization support, new Log4J support, and other refinement. Functionality is now frozen until after 1.0.0.
Release Notes: This release finally finishes implementing localization; Tapestry will select HTML templates and assets based on locale automatically. It adds improvements to the documentation and two new tutorials (one demonstrates various ideas in the guise of a Hangman game; the other demonstrates localization). The small and medium distributions now include the the Tapestry Developer's Guide (as a PDF). The full distribution is complete and ready to build, since it bundles ejb.jar from the jBoss distribution now (instead of relying on Sun's j2ee.jar, which is not redistributable).