Tacos 4.0.1 and Tapestry Support for Netbeans 5.5

We had two tapestry-related releases today:

Tacos 4.0.1

Tacos 4.0.1 was released a few hours ago.  
 
It’s mainly a stability release fixing 2 subtle bugs and  
enhancing the ajax encoder (for very pretty and short ajax urls). 
 
Make sure to also check out the previously undocumented but powerful 
ajax-enabled Table component. 
 
Thanks to all that contributed… 
 
Changes: 

* Docs for tacos:Table component. 
* Load external js synchronously. Fixes Bug127. 
* AjaxSubmit posts all the AjaxLinkSubmits before it. Fixes Bug130. 
* Do not clear current document after error (a failed ajax-post). 
* Jdk1.4 compatible class format for maven generated artifacts. 
* Add StringToListConverter. Allows updateComponents parameter to be specified as a comma-delimited String. 

* Add uniqueNames parameter in AjaxForm – forces the html name of each input control to stem from the component’s idPath (instead of the component’s id). 
* Support validators and translator in HtmlArea. Fixes Bug128. 
* Make buttons in tacos:Palette work. Fixes Bug129. 
* Remove hardcoded class attribute from tacos:Table. 
* Easier way for defining ajax exception and stale-session pages. 
* Enhance AjaxDirectServiceEncoder for ever prettier ajax urls.  

* Corrected links to tapestry’s component docs. 

nbtapestrysupport

Just released the first version of nbtapestrysupport.

It provides:

  • Hyperlink support in Tapestry configuration files for class names, files and libraries… CTRL+click everywhere!!!
  • Autocomplete in Tapestry configuration files for class names, files and others
  • Templates for new Tapestry files

Download the 2 nbms, then install the generic module first and then the tapestry module.

Enjoy!

andyhot

3 thoughts on “Tacos 4.0.1 and Tapestry Support for Netbeans 5.5

  1. I’ve tried the plugin on Netbeans 5.5, and the .page has the root element has page instead of page-specification.

    Is this a bug?

    I have to manually change to page-specification for Tapestry 4.1 to work.

    Also .application files, the keyword mappings don’t seem correct?

    Keep up the good work!

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