Creator of the Apache Tapestry web application framework and the Apache HiveMind dependency injection container. Howard has been an active member of the Java community since 1997. He specializes in all things Tapestry, including on-site Tapestry training and mentoring, but has lately been spreading out into fun new areas including functional programming (with Clojure), and NodeJS. Howard is a DZone MVB and is not an employee of DZone and has posted 81 posts at DZone. You can read more from them at their website. View Full User Profile

Announcing Apache Tapestry 5.3.1

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This bug fix release, less than a month after the initial release of 5.3, addresses a few minor concerns; details are in the release notes. It is a drop-in replacement for 5.3, and is a recommended upgrade for all users.

Tapestry is primarily available for download via Maven, from the Maven central repository:


You can also download the source or JavaDocs archives.

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Christian Riedel replied on Mon, 2011/12/26 - 2:48pm

Nice job! I like the short iterations :)

Otengi Miloskov replied on Tue, 2011/12/27 - 5:03am

I would like to get up quick and running with a binary release. There will be a binary release sometime?. I dont like much maven structures and from source takes time to setup all and compile.

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