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The Tacos library project provides components and ajax behaviour for the Tapestry Java Web application framework. Most of the functionality is based on the dojo Javascript library. The intent is to provide a library of high quality components that may be used in your tapestry application, as well as provide a core infrastructure for using ajax related logic in these and your own components and pages.

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  •  07 Feb 2006 01:27

    Release Notes: Many bugfixes/performance enhancements have been made.

    •  21 Dec 2005 15:53

      Release Notes: The majority of changes were focused on adding more complete form support. New developers and components have been added.

      •  09 Nov 2005 13:26

        Release Notes: Debug console editing was implemented. Dojo integration was completed. Other new features include drag and drop, a DatePicker, an InlineEditor, PartialFor, and a Fisheye feature (similar to what is seen on

        •  17 Oct 2005 17:37

          Release Notes: The library has been updated to primarily use the Javascript library from This has opened the door for much richer client interactions and functionality. The core components have been updated to include effects parameters, which elminates the need for users to write any Javascript logic. New components have been added, such as DatePicker. JS package includes have been fixed as well, thanks to dojo.

          •  13 Sep 2005 05:33

            Release Notes: The underlying partial/AJAX engine logic was rewritten to provide a generic support for the prototype,, and rico frameworks. AJAX enhancements to any components written in the Tapestry Web application framework should now be possible. Some new components such as Autocomplete and ProgressBar were added along with logic centered around forms with AJAX/client-side validation.


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