TapX: Tapestry 5 Extensions by Howard Lewis Ship
The TapX modules are a set of extensions to the Apache Tapestry Web Framework that provide new capabilities that are not yet available in the main framework.
In some cases, a module exists here for licensing reasons, as it may integrate with an existing library that is not compatible with the Apache Software License.
In other cases, a module represents new functionality that is being refined before moved into Tapestry proper; alternately, it may represent code that is not of sufficient general interest to be part of framework, proper.
Currently, snapshots of the modules are available via the Maven repository at http://howardlewisship.com/snapshot-repository.
Improved documentation is coming (we're in the middle of a transition from Maven to Gradle as the build and packaging tool).
This module provides the following features:
- "cond:" binding prefix
- Support for TEST_MODE symbol
- Silk 1.3 icon set from FamFamFam
Add a replacement for the standard Tapestry DateField component, based on Dynarch JSCalendar Widget (licensed under LGPL)
A small wrapper that allows Tapestry applications to be deployed onto the Heroku cloud computing service.
The documentation is currently just a posting on James Ward's blog.
This is a very simple extension to Tapestry. It adds a new binding prefix, "plain:".
Plain works just like "message:", except that any HTML elements are scrubbed, and XML entities are replaced with the corresponding characters.
This library is an extension to Tapestry that allows it to be used in a completely different way: as a templating engine used to generate offline content.
Bundles YUI 2.8.0r4.
- @ImportYUI annotation