Monthly Archives: February 2008

Release of Apache MyFaces Trinidad 1.2.6

The Apache MyFaces Trinidad team is pleased to announce the release of Apache MyFaces Trinidad Core 1.2.6. Apache MyFaces Trinidad is a JavaServer(tm) Faces 1.1 component library. Trinidad Core 1.2.6 is available in both binary and source distributions: * http://myfaces.apache.org/trinidad/download.html

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Release of Apache MyFaces Trinidad 1.0.6

The Apache MyFaces Trinidad team is pleased to announce the release of Apache MyFaces Trinidad Core 1.0.6. Apache MyFaces Trinidad is a JavaServer(tm) Faces 1.1 component library. Trinidad Core 1.0.6 is available in both binary and source distributions: * http://myfaces.apache.org/trinidad/download.html

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Java User Group Cologne

The JUGCologne invited me to talk about … JSF. On Friday, July the 25th (2008 😉 ) I will be in Cologne. The talk is called “Advanced JavaServer Faces – Using cool JSF Technologies”. The talk is about MyFaces, Facelets,

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Comet (with Dojo and Jetty)

Yesterday I started playing with the comet programming model, by using Jetty on the server and the Dojo Toolkit on the client. The application was quiet simple, but it did what I wanted to archive: “Updating the client, based on

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Comet using Jetty and Dojo

The term comet was created by Alex Russell (dojo). There are several different implementations out there. Jetty, Tomcat and Glassfish (for instance) offer support for comet. The Dojo Toolkit provides the client side bits of it. I decided to play

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Monitoring Ajax with Trinidad

One of the “patterns” in Ajax-land is to *notify* the user, that something has changed or is still ongoing, like fetching big data from the server. Apache MyFaces Trinidad has a component (statusIndicator), that shows if a XHR (XmlHttpRequest) is

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