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Subject [DAISY] Updated: Modularize Cocoon apps (Using blocks)
Date Sun, 06 May 2007 17:24:59 GMT
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Document ID: 1291
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Name: Modularize Cocoon apps (Using blocks) (previously $$ Using blocks)
Document Type: Cocoon Document (unchanged)
Updated on: 5/6/07 5:24:37 PM
Updated by: Reinhard Pötz

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--- <p class="warn">The leading $$ characters at the beginning of document name mean
--- that the document is skipped when exported by the Daisy export plugin.</p>
+++ <p>In the basic tutorial
+++ <a href="">"Your
+++ first Cocoon application using Maven 2"</a> you have created your first block.
+++ Cocoon 2.2 introduced the concept of blocks because it should help you to split
+++ your application into smaller parts. This increases the maintainability and
+++ reusability by orders of magnitude.</p>
--- <p class="fixme">Add a second block and use the first one from within it.</p>
+++ <p>In this tutorial you will</p>
--- <p class="fixme">Use a postable source from the first pipeline to transform
--- something.</p>
+++ <ol>
+++ <li>create a second block</li>
+++ <li>connect one block with another one</li>
+++ <li>use a pipeline fragement available in one block from within another block
+++ </li>
+++ </ol>
+++ <h1>Create a second block</h1>
+++ <p class="fixme">TBD</p>
+++ <h1>Connect block2 to block1</h1>
+++ <p class="fixme">TBD</p>
+++ <h1>Use a pipeline fragment</h1>
+++ <p class="fixme">TBD</p>

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