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Games

In an earlier blog entry I discussed "porting" the hangman game example described in Chapter 2 of Howard M. Lewis Ship's Tapestry in Action from Tapestry to Echo. My initial attempt was fairly straight-forward and relied only on a few of the stock Echo components. In this installment, I have re-factored my application to utilize two custom Echo components of my own: ScaffoldComponent and...
on Aug 26, 2004
Hangman: the "Hello World" of web component frameworks? To get the most out of this article, please download the source and war files. If you have Tomcat 5.0 installed, you should be able to deploy the war and run the application. Hans Bergsten recently wrote about using Java Server Faces to re-implement the hangman game example described in Chapter 2 of Howard M. Lewis Ship's Tapestry in...
on Aug 18, 2004