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As a long-time Tapestry user, I've seen things evolve considerably from 3->4 and especially 4->5. While these upgrades were painful, the application we get to work on today is vastly easier and more enjoyable to develop. New developers who join our team describe our tech stack as "cutting edge" and love the level of productivity they can achieve using this framework. Howard (the creator) actively works with multiple clients building large-scale Tapestry applications, and that real-world focus shows as the framework is constantly evolving to meet new challenges. Of course Tapestry has always been the gold-standard of error reporting. I can hardly imagine going back to a framework that doesn't give me line-precise error reports with every exception.