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Apache MyFaces 2.0.0 has been released

Almost one year after the JavaServer Faces 2.0 specification went final, the Apache MyFaces project released the first release of it’s 2.0 offerings. Before this “final” release, there were a bunch of alpha/beta releases. The announcement about MyFaces 2.0.0 can

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Spring 3.0 and JSR 330: Using @Inject

In here I showed how to use the @Named with Spring 3 to create “named beans”, to be used in frameworks like JSF2… Since we usually want to inject service implementations into our JSF beans, we need to use the

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Trinidad: JSF state-saving per page

In a JSF/Trinidad application the “state-saving” is configured via some parameters in the web.xml file. Trinidad adds a bit more to it with its TOKEN approach, check the documentation for the “org.apache.myfaces.trinidad.CLIENT_STATE_METHOD” to read more. The result of the configuration

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UIComponent references in session scoped JSF beans

In this blog my colleague Blake Sullivan described a lot of issues with JSF managed beans that are placed in the session. This maybe easy for the developer on first hand, but the tax you pay later.. Even if you

Posted in apache, java, jsf, myfaces, trinidad

Mobile Development with Apache MyFaces Trinidad

Since smartphones, like iPhone or Android phones, are getting more and more popular, more companies are getting serious about a “mobile strategy”. JavaServer Faces is a natural fit, since it’s rich component model allows you to simply switch the renderer…

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Demo of Apache MyFaces 2 and OpenWebBeans

Recently the Apache MyFaces project released its second beta release and yesterday the Apache OpenWebBeans project released its M4 release. These are great milestones in the direction of JavaEE at Apache! A few month ago Bernd Bohmann and I were

Posted in apache, CDI, facelets, fun, java, javascript, jetty, jQuery, jsf, jsp, myfaces, web², WebBeans

Pushing realtime updates for your backend to ADF Faces

Imagine you have some services which frequently triggers your backend to process some data and you need to display these changes on the UI… The most reasonable pattern is using Comet! ADF Faces has great and flexible support for Comet

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