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Tapestry for beginners?

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I've been doing web dev with JSPs for about a year now on a project that was already mature. It doesn't use any framework at all so I don't have any experience using frameworks. Would you suggest this book for someone in my situation and if so how could it help me?

Thanks in advance.
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Yes, Greg, this is exactly the book that might be helpful for you. You've got an experience of JSP and you know what it takes to build a reasonably complex application using just JSP.

If you read this book (and it is not thick, only 250, and is easy to read), I am sure you will appreciate what Tapestry can do to make your work more productive and rewarding.
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