RichFaces 3.1.3 GA releasedRead more: RichFaces 3.1.3 GA released
RichFaces 3.1.3 GA was released this week. I will post examples of new components later but for now here is the list of the new components with links to the demo site: rich:calendar with time picker rich:listShuttle rich:orderingList rich:componentControl rich:contextMenu For the rest of what’s new in 3.1.3: http://labs.jboss.com/auth/wiki/RichFacesWhatIsNewIn3_1_3
Quick start with RichFacesRead more: Quick start with RichFaces
During our webinar today a question was asked how to configure RichFaces in web.xml? Well, it’s very simple, you basically have to register a filter and add three RichFaces Jar files. The filter is described here and the Jar files can be downloaded here. I decided to provide a sample project template with RichFaces (version…
RichFaces data table with paginator under 2 minutesRead more: RichFaces data table with paginator under 2 minutes
Here is a super quick way to have a data table with a paginator. I’m assuming here that you already have a project setup with RichFaces support: Of course you get full AJAX support out-of-the-box. Just don’t forget to set rows, that determines how many records to show per “page”.
Hello World with modal panelRead more: Hello World with modal panel
This examples shows you quickly how to get started with using modal panel component in RichFaces (rich:modalPanel). Modal panel control really improves user experience. How many times have you opened a regular browser popup and then by mistake clicked the parent window or even somewhere else? If you do that, the popup window will disappear.…
How many AJAX frameworks?Read more: How many AJAX frameworks?
Have you ever wondered how many AJAX frameworks are there? Well, check out question #3 in this survey. For some reason RichFaces is still represented by Ajax4jsf in the list.
I'm speaking at EclipseCon 2008Read more: I'm speaking at EclipseCon 2008
I’m speaking at EclipseCon 2008 in March of next year, in Santa Clara, CA. No time slot has been assigned yet so I will update later. My session is here.
Using JBoss Tools 2.0Read more: Using JBoss Tools 2.0
If you are looking for the same basic JSF/RichFaces tools and features that you had in Exadel Studio Pro, but would like to use Eclipse 3.3 and the better and stable JBoss Tools 2.0, here is how to do it: Download Web Tools Platform All-In-One Packages 2.0.1 Download JBoss Tools 2.0 (all plug-ins) Unzip both…
Exadel Studio Pro reborn in JBoss Developer Studio 1.0Read more: Exadel Studio Pro reborn in JBoss Developer Studio 1.0
This week RedHat/JBoss released JBoss Developer Studio 1.0 (or JBDS). The product is loaded with features, you can read more here . A big part of the functionality is coming from Exadel Studio Pro, more specifically JSF/RichFaces tools. You can still download an older version of Exadel Studio Pro for Eclipse 3.2.2, but of course…
Business Applications using JBoss RichFaces – Webinar, Dec 18thRead more: Business Applications using JBoss RichFaces – Webinar, Dec 18th
Another webinar is coming up on December 18th – Business Applications using JBoss RichFaces. I’ll start the webinar by introducing RichFaces and showing some of the rich components in a sample application. In the second half, Dan Tauber, our Director of Product Development will showcase a real business application that uses RichFaces. The application is…
JSF RI == Project MojarraRead more: JSF RI == Project Mojarra
JSF RI implementation which I use in all my trainings has a new name. Now it’s called Project Majarra. I guess JSF RI wasn’t cool enough. You can find more information here. I guess the only question is how do you pronounce it..?