GMaps4JSF 1.1.1 is released

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  1. GMaps4JSF 1.1.1 is released (6 messages)

    GMaps4JSF aims at integrating Google maps with JSF. JSF users will be also able to construct complex StreetViewPanoramas and Maps with just few JSF tags. GMaps4JSF is one of the JSF Mashups libraries that enables JSF users to build web 2.0 mashup applications in JSF easily. GMaps4JSF provides JSF tags that make it easy to: * Create the map using (latitude and longitude) or (address). * Add marker(s) to the map. * Add information text(s) to the map or to the marker. * Add control(s) to the map. * Create event listener(s) on the map objects. * Draw polyline(s) on the map. * Draw polygon(s) on the map. * Add groundOverlay(s) on the map. * Perform different operations on the map like zooming in and out, switching between map types, ...etc. * Create a Streetview Panorama and integrate it simply with the map. GMaps4JSF supports Facelets and portlets as well. What is new in GMaps4JSF 1.1.1: * Adding the icon component to simplify the marker image customization. * Allowing adding notes to the marker component, and adding the (showInformationEvent) attribute to the marker component. * Direct Facelets support. * Enable adding events to the HTMLInformationWindow component using the eventListener component. * Adding (address) attribute to the streetViewPanorama component. * Adding (address) attribute to the marker component. * Facelets support. * Solving 1.1.0 defects. The Demo: http://mashups.s43.eatj.com/gmaps4jsf-examples/ The library main page: http://code.google.com/p/gmaps4jsf/ The tag library documentation page: http://code.google.com/p/gmaps4jsf/wiki/TagLibraryDocumentation The quickstart of "How to use the library": http://code.google.com/p/gmaps4jsf/wiki/HowToUseTheLibrary

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  2. Re: GMaps4JSF 1.1.1 is released[ Go to top ]

    Can it be used with RichFaces? If yes and if there is any special configuartion, is there any example?
  3. Re: GMaps4JSF 1.1.1 is released[ Go to top ]

    Can it be used with RichFaces? If yes and if there is any special configuartion, is there any example?
    No special configuration should be done: See this article: http://www.theserverside.com/tt/articles/article.tss?l=GMaps4JSFwithAjaxPUSH
  4. Talking about web 2.0[ Go to top ]

    Does GMaps4JSF support call backs to the WebApp? As is it possible for the serverside to be informed about events happening on the map? As I understand it is very simple to with this plugin to place markers on the map and fire of Java-Script calls that for example open up an information panel. What I'm interested in, is it possible to inform the server about a click, for example on that marker, and fill the information panel with data that is generated on the server right at that very moment?
  5. Re: Talking about web 2.0[ Go to top ]

    Does GMaps4JSF support call backs to the WebApp? As is it possible for the serverside to be informed about events happening on the map?

    As I understand it is very simple to with this plugin to place markers on the map and fire of Java-Script calls that for example open up an information panel.

    What I'm interested in, is it possible to inform the server about a click, for example on that marker, and fill the information panel with data that is generated on the server right at that very moment?
    The component is responsible for handling the map objects' events. It has the following form: <m:eventlistener eventname="<<The name of the event. like " click",="" "moveend",="" ...etc.="">>" jsFunction="<>"/> For example) In myFuncHandler, you can send your Ajax request, and fill the (htmlInformationWindow) with the information coming from the server by exposing its JavaScript variable using the (jsVariable) attribute. Please check these links for more information: http://code.google.com/p/gmaps4jsf/wiki/eventListenerComponent http://code.google.com/p/gmaps4jsf/wiki/htmlInformationWindowComponent http://mashups.s43.eatj.com/gmaps4jsf-examples/pages/mapEvents.jsf I believe there could be a better way for handling this use case, so if you have another better way or a recommendation you wish to see in the near future releases (GMaps4JSF 1.1.2 and the upcoming GMaps4JSF 2.0), please feel free to open an issue here: http://code.google.com/p/gmaps4jsf/issues/list
  6. Re: GMaps4JSF 1.1.1 is released[ Go to top ]

    cool! do you have a maven repo for the artifacts? Mert.
  7. Re: GMaps4JSF 1.1.1 is released[ Go to top ]

    cool!

    do you have a maven repo for the artifacts?

    Mert.
    Unfortunately, Hosting projects on Google code has this issue: http://code.google.com/p/support/issues/detail?id=1226