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From Michael Gentry <>
Subject Re: Plans for the future (aka 3.1 roadmap)
Date Thu, 19 Nov 2009 16:54:34 GMT
Maybe I'm just disagreeable today ... :-)

I like autocomplete, especially as a new user to a framework, showing
me what I can/should override.  With T5 I have to hit the
documentation and guess.  Do I need setupRender() or pageAttached() or
...  With autocomplete, I at least can see a list of methods to help
me get started in that process (and see the JavaDocs for each one to
decide which method to try).  And, since the source code is available
if you inherit functionality, you can easily look at it and see
precisely the order things are called.  Automagic methods are much
more sealed off.



On Thu, Nov 19, 2009 at 10:19 AM, Robert Zeigler
<> wrote:
> *I have enjoyed Tapestry 5's "POJO" approach to development, but even there,
> I enjoy it more as a committer, for the flexibility it affords in evolving
> the framework, than as a user.  The only real bonus as a user is that
> autocomplete works a lot better since the only methods in the class are the
> ones I've defined, rather than a bajillion superclass methods. ;)

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