Monthly Archives: January 2009

Introduction to Oracle’s ADF Faces Rich Client Framework

My introductionary article on Oracle’s ADF Faces Rich Client was published by DZone today. It is here. I hope you enjoy it.

Posted in adf, ajax, fun, java, javascript, jdeveloper, jsf, oracle, Oracle ADF Faces, web²

Are you using Apache MyFaces Trinidad ?

Just took a look HERE and saw that more than 40 companies are already listed here. They are using Trinidad on their consulting gigs or for the projects or even products. If you are using Apache MyFaces Trinidad, let us

Posted in ajax, apache, java, javascript, jsf, mobile, myfaces, trinidad, web²

Patterns for rich web UIs – table with large data set

In “old” web application it was pretty common that there has to be a paginator to navigate through the large data set. Instead of presenting tons of rows (bad UI!) a NEXT/PREV link was next to the table for getting

Posted in adf, ajax, javascript, Oracle ADF Faces, web²

Apache MyFaces – a pretty active community

When I had to write the first quarterly report of the Apache MyFaces community (I am now the new chair, after Manfred Geiler decided to “retire”) I noticed that this community was able to have 11 releases, on all the

Posted in apache, fun, java, jsf, myfaces

New Google Chrome browser…

Read somewhere, that there is a new Google Chrome browser out… Wonder if that fixes some of the issues (-> work arounds) I had to do… At least the new version is suppused to have a more recent webkit “kernel”.

Posted in ajax, Chrome, web²

hacks for http streaming

When working on Comet solutions, the sooner or later you have to do some browser hacks… When doing http streaming for the “push”, it is common to use an iframe as the source of the streaming conent. On the server

Posted in ajax, Chrome, comet, web²