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WebSocket: Bringing TCP to the browser

The WebSocket standard is almost finalized. However, WebSocket itself is offering “just” a (data) pipe. WebSocket is well suited to bring event- or data-driven applications to the browser. A valid example would a Web UI for a JMS or AMQP

Posted in amqp, fun, javascript, kaazing, lifestyle, websocket

Bringing Stomp/JMS to the browser – via WebSocket

Last week I attended the Con-Fess conference in Vienna to speak about WebSocket (and its JSF integration). The first demo described how to bring UDP-based network traffic to the browser. Another demo from my presentation showed how to bring JMS

Posted in amqp, fun, javascript, jms, kaazing, stomp, websocket

input type:file issues with Firefox 3.0

Today I had the joy to figure out about (at least) two issue in Firefox 3.0. They are working fine in Firefox 3.5 and later. The problems are CSS styling does not work JavaScript focus() calls do not work After

Posted in javascript, web²

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

Posted in ajax, apache, facelets, java, javascript, jsf, myfaces

Client side logging with JavaScript and ADF Faces

ADF Faces is using (on the server) a “wrapper” around the standard Java logging. Based on the given log-level, the server-side console “prints” out different messages. To make life (and debugging) easier we did a similar thing for the client-side:

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

Nice inline JavaScript and CSS via ADF Faces resource tag

Sometimes it is required that you need (or want) to write some custom JavaScript (and/or CSS). In JSF2 there are two tags to refer to JavaScript and CSS files. While the functionally to seamlessly integrate (external) resources, not always you

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

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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