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Berlin

I am traveling to Berlin in October to give a talk at the Java User Group of Berlin. The topic will be “Advanced JSF” and I will cover a solid stack, useful to build your JSF-based applications. Some topics: Apache

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podcast/interview from JSFCentral

Kito D. Mann did an interview with me, when I was in NYC to attend the AjaxWorld show. He published this interview as a podcast here. Currently I am writing a series of articles about Trinidad. These will be published

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JSFOne conference

In September I am speaking at the JSFOne conference. I am talking about Oracle’s ADF Faces Rich Client and I have a talk on Trinidad/Facelets as well. The schedule looks very good! I am really looking forward. I noticed a

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New Facesgoodies download

Today I added a new download for my little Facesgoodies project. This kickstart template is JSF 1.1 based and contains the latest greates Trinidad release (1.0.7) and some more things, such as Facelet components, based on Dojo Toolkit, which I

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AjaxWorld East 2008 (in New York City)

Last week I was attending the AjaxWorld East conference to speak about Apache MyFaces Trinidad and how to integrate it with some other open source projects, such as Facelets, Dojo or Yahoo! UI. I think the talk went very well

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Custom JSF components with Facelets

There are several reasons to use Facelets, like: Problems in JSF 1.1 “Content Interweaving” lightweight Templating Framwork (XHTML-based templates) very friendly to designers (similar to Tapestry) performance JSF 1.2 w/o JavaEE 5 Container Another is the very easy way of

Posted in dojo, facelets, javascript, jsf, jsp, myfaces, web²

Using Dojo and Apache Trinidad

In Trinidad there is an ExtendedRenderKitService interface, which allows you to add JavaScript to be rendered during the following request, like: Once the rendering is complete, you will notice a simple alert() in your browser window.Having this feature in mind,

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