Apache Cocoon is a Spring-based framework (since version 2.2 of Cocoon) built around the concepts of separation of concerns and component-based development.
Cocoon implements these concepts around the notion of component pipelines , each component on the pipeline specializing on a particular operation. [more]
A block is the unit of modularization in Cocoon (Eclipse uses the term plugins, OSGi uses bundles). Everything that goes beyond ... [more]
- Apache Cocoon 2.1.13 Released
- The Apache Cocoon Community is proud to announce the new release of Apache Cocoon, 2.1.13. [more]
- submitted by Cédric Damioli, 07/29/20 19:30:00 CET
- Apache Cocoon Integration Test Framework 1.0.1 and Servlet Service Implementation 1.3.2
- The Apache Cocoon team is pleased to announce the release of subprojects Cocoon Integration Test Framework 1.0.1 and Servlet Service Implementation 1.3.2. [more]
- submitted by Francesco Chicchiriccò, 12/17/12 12:30:00 CET
- Apache Cocoon Subprojects New Releases
- During the last weeks the Apache Cocoon Community released a new version of each one of 11 subprojects currently managed. Subprojects are libraries, shared by different Apache Cocoon versions, that can be used independently from the rest of Cocoon (1.x, 2.x 3.x), or any of its parts (such as sitemap, pipelines, blocks, etc.). [more]
- submitted by Francesco Chicchiriccò, 07/02/12 09:30:00 CET
- Looking for samples?
- In case you have been wondering where the good old Cocoon samples were gone, we have just restored our jail, currently with Cocoon 3.0 and Cocoon 2.1 samples.
- submitted by Francesco Chicchiriccò, 03/20/12 13:12:00 GMT
- Apache Cocoon 3.0.0-alpha-3 Released
- The Apache Cocoon Community is proud to announce the release of Cocoon 3.0.0-alpha-3. Apache Cocoon 3 is a major rewrite of Cocoon 2.2. Like Cocoon 2 it is based around the concept of pipelines and sitemaps and it is very similar to Cocoon 2.2 in many respects but is slimmed down and designed to be *easily usable from within any Java environment*. [more]
- submitted by Simone Tripodi, 07/01/11 09:35:37 GMT
Versions & DownloadGetting started tutorial . If you follow that path, Maven 2 will take care of downloading all (transitive) dependencies.However, there is also a Getting Started package that contains a simple Cocoon 2.2 based application that uses Apache Ant as build system.
|Cocoon 2.2.0||Cocoon Core (pipelines, sitemaps, servlet): sources, binaries, javadocs and docs.||
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Getting Started 2.2.0
A simple web application based on Cocoon 2.2 that makes use of blocks and servlet services.
Cocoon 2.2 was split up into smaller units called blocks. Everything that goes beyond what Cocoon provides in its core modules (Spring integration, sitemap and pipeline implementation) is provided as block. Blocks can be downloaded separately. In order to get an overview of what blocks are available, use the list of blocks.