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Tapestry Tutorial Roundup

I'm going to start integrating Tapestry into AppFuse in the next few weeks. There's nothing like a good set of tutorials to help this process along. Here's a list of current tutorials I found - let me know if you know of others:

There also seems to be an up-to-date list of Tapestry Resources on Java201.com. I've started reading Tapestry in Action, so hopefully that will speed things up. I've made it to page 100 and I'm afraid I won't make it much further. I need to "just do it" more than I need to learn how to do it. I've often found that I learn a lot more after diving into the code and trying to do something and go back to reading when I start banging my head against the wall.

Integrating Tapestry into AppFuse shouldn't be that hard. I've already done it with the MyUsers application from Spring Live. Therefore, the Tapestry+Spring stuff will be easy. The only hard part, as far as I can tell, is going to be integrating Friendly URLs. Anyone got a patch for Tapestry 3.0.1?

Posted in Java at Oct 18 2004, 07:39:08 AM MDT 5 Comments
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I'm sure it seems little wasteful, but whenever I have a book like this, I actually read it twice. The first time I go straight through. I do my best to undertsnad the code and examples, but I don't actually work through them. I then go back and work through the book in a more conventional way. I've found that "knowing the ending" helps me to look at the bigger picture even as I'm working through the details. I finished my first trip through Tapestry in Action several weeks ago, and just this weekened I started working through it again in a more detailed manner. So far, so good, although, personally, my coding style and Howard's differ enough that I frequently find myself grinding my teeth when reading through the examples. ;)

Posted by Matt Welch on October 18, 2004 at 08:34 AM MDT #

This is a tutrial about using the table component. I found it interesting. http://weblogs.java.net/blog/johnreynolds/archive/2004/10/learn_by_teachi.html Enrico.

Posted by Enrico on October 20, 2004 at 01:11 PM MDT #

Glad to hear that you are working on this.

Posted by Gunther Jones on October 25, 2004 at 12:57 PM MDT #

Hi Matt, Was just wondering why you chose to use SiteMesh with Tapestry, wont your navigation links in the decorator be somewhat strange?

Posted by jezbum on January 27, 2005 at 02:14 AM MST #

Have you got any results ingerating tapestry with appfuse. or have you dumped the whole thing?

Posted by Peter Lazarev on June 12, 2005 at 05:38 AM MDT #

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