DENVER, CO (PRWEB) December 5, 2006 -
SourceBeat Publishing today announces the release of Tapestry 101, a fundamentals guide to the ins and outs of the Tapestry open source Java framework, written by Warner Onstine.
"Tapestry 101's focus is about getting things done from a user's perspective, not a Tapestry developer's perspective," said Tapestry creator Howard Lewis-Ship. "It covers the issues you'll face building real applications for real clients and companies."
Tapestry 101 introduces readers to the framework that is rapidly growing in popularity. The focus of this book is to guide you through designing and implementing your application and providing information that you can improve on it with your own custom components.
"Warner book is a great addition to our 101 catalog", said Sarah Hogan, Managing Editor at SourceBeat. "The subject matter is one that our customer base has been asking for, and Warner has provided a book that makes it very easy to get started and proficient with Tapestry."
Tapestry 101 is available in PDF format for $14.95, as a real-time downloadable document from https://sourcebeat.com/books/tapestrylive.html. More information about Tapestry 101 can be found on Warner Onstine's blog at http://jroller.com/page/warneronstine.
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