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Getting Started with PrimeFaces Mobile

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Introduction If you have developed an application that utilizes PrimeFaces, or if you are planning to develop a web application for use on desktop and mobile devices, then consider PrimeFaces Mobile for your mobile implementation. This blog post will cover some basics to help you get started developing a mobile interface for an existing PrimeFaces application. However, the same procedures ...

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PrimeFaces 5.0 DataTable Column Toggler

I have had an opportunity to work a bit with the PrimeFaces 5.0 DataTable, and the enhancements are great.  Today, I wanted to show just one of the new features…the DataTable column toggler.  This feature enables one to choose which columns are displayed via a list of checkboxes. To use a column toggler, simply add a commandButton to display picklist ...

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Don’t repeat expressions in facelets

Have you ever seen repeated EL expressions in JSF like this one?                     <h:inputText value="#{oneBean.name}" rendered="#{anotherBean.showPerson}"/> <h:inputText value="#{oneBean.birthday}" rendered="#{anotherBean.showPerson}"/> <h:selectOneMenu value="#{oneBean.children}" style="#{anotherBean.showPerson ? 'display:block' : 'display:none'}"/> usw. Another example: <ui:include src="/include/somesnippet.xhtml"> <ui:param name="age" value="#{someBean.isMan(person) ? 63 : 60}"/> <ui:param name="money" value="#{someBean.isMan(person) and someBean.getCountry(person) eq 'de' ? 1000 : 900}"/> <ui:param name="big" ...

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Building and Testing JSF.next

The JSF 2.3 Expert Group is hard at work determining which features will be part of the upcoming release.  The JSF Team been working hard improving CDI alignment, among other things.  There are already a number of new features in the JSF 2.3 codebase that you can begin to test. I will attempt to keep this post updated with the ...

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Why you should avoid JSF

For a long time JSF for me was just another webframework I didn’t cared too much about. This changed. After being forced to use it for a couple of months now, I consider it a major project risk in almost all cases. Here I present the reasons for this verdict. Bad entanglement of UI and processing Logic. The official tutorial ...

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WAI-ARIA support for AutoComplete widget

In this post I would like to discuss the accessibility for an AutoComplete widget. A typically AutoComplete widget provides suggestions while you type into the field. On my current work I implemented an JSF component on basis of Twitter’s Typeahead – a flexible JavaScript library that provides a strong foundation for building robust typeaheads. The Typeahead widget has a solid ...

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Brand new JSF components in PrimeFaces Extensions

The PrimeFaces Extensions team is glad to announce several new components for the upcoming 3.0.0 main release. Our new committer Francesco Strazzullo gave a “Turbo Boost” for the project and brought at least 6 JSF components which have been successfully intergrated! The current development state is deployet on OpenShift – please look the showcase Below is a short overview about ...

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