Release Notes: New text field components that perform validation on the input were added. The JBE was fixed to work well with GNU Make 3.79. Persistent page properties may be now be of type EJBObject (automatically converts between EJBObject and Handle). The Primix Virtual Library demo was changed to use an InstantDB database, instead of Hypersonic SQL.
Release Notes: The big advance for this release is not the code, but the distribution itself. After careful review of the relevant licenses, the author has changed the Tapestry distribution to include the libraries (xerces and gnu-regexp) needed by the Tapestry framework, as well as Jetty 3.0.0_rc6. This means that you can be up and running the tutorial in about 10 seconds, once you have the JBE (Java Build Environment) set up. Further, if you download the jBoss application server, you can run the Primix Virtual Library application, a full J2EE application that demonstrates the power and features of Tapestry in a realistic setting.
Release Notes: Fixes, improvements, and new components are included. This release also has a completely revised distribution format, with precompiled Jars, pre-generated Javadoc, and a single integrated download. This is meant to make Tapestry more approachable to the less-than-hardcore developer. The Servlet 2.2 API is now required. Jetty is recommended, and the examples and tutorials now include Jetty configuration files.
Release Notes: Addition of the Tapestry Inspector (a component that allows for live, interactive debugging of a running Tapestry application using the application itself), a number of bugfixes and performance enhancements, and support for the Inspector in the examples and a discussion of the Inspector in the tutorial.
Release Notes: Bug fixes were made, new components were added, and the Primix Virtual Library demonstration application was completed.