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Tapestry in Action
Howard M. L. Ship
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Tapestry exists to simplify Java web application development. With Tapestry you can produce Java Servlets that extend the normal reach, allowing you to create more powerful, more useful, more interactive applications faster than you would using ordinary servlets. In addition, you'll have greater confidence that your application will be free of bugs.
Tapestry applications are still servlet applications. With enough code and enough time to debug that code there is nothing you can do with Tapestry that you can't do with a servlet application. But you cna do it faster, easier.
The book is written by Howard Lewis Ship. He is the creator and original designer of Tapestry and has made a remarkable effort to listen to users, understand their needs, and address their requirements. He was instrumental in the formation of the Tapestry community that has made Tapestry a part of the Apache Jakarta family. Tapestry is a companion project of other popular projects including Struts, Tomcat and log4J. More than most writers, Mr. Ship understands what you need to know to become more productive. He has written the book in a manner that leads the beginner along, and provides the expert with what they need to know. Excellent writing, excellent book.
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