Monthly Archives: July 2009

MyFaces 2.0 is now trunk

The Apache MyFaces project started to work an implementation of the new JavaServer Faces 2.0 spec pretty early. The Apache/JSF community is driving this new effort. All recently added committers actually contributed stuff to MyFaces 2.0. Now, there is also

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Firefox 3.5 – cool upload done with XHR and progress bar

For some reason I was reading the XHR documentation for FF. As I noticed that there is now an upload property, that new attribute immediately got my interest and I found a pretty cool blog entry on how to write

Posted in ajax, javascript, web²

(browser) window talks

I gave a talk about Comet and its future during AjaxWorld, in New York City. I talked about some shortcuts of current solutions including connection limits. Some solutions use a separate “channel” per window to receive updates from the server.

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