Monthly Archives: January 2008

Apache MyFaces 1.2.2 released

Over the weekend, the MyFaces 1.2.2 was released. It passed the TCK, of course! The complete release announcement is here. The release contains several fixes, improvements and nice new feature! Like making JSP 2.1 optional (done with a “Facelet fallback”)

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Creating Google Guice Modules with Java 6’s ServiceLoader

Google Guice is a lightweight dependency injection framework for Java 5 (or later), which is explained here very well. To actually map an interface to its implementation, you write Modules (by implementing Module interface or extending AbstractModule), containing code like:

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Apache Trinidad – new releases

As a happy new year “present”, today we (Apache MyFaces) released Trinidad 1.0.5 (for JSF 1.1) and Trinidad 1.2.5 (for JSF 1.2). We now have two trunks, so we ship both releases on the same date. Before it wasn’t the

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