News: RichFaces 3.3.0 release: new components and features
- Posted by: Michael Sorokin
- Posted on: January 15 2009 07:50 EST
- Great! by Louis Sacco on January 15 2009 15:02 EST
- I hope to some more components from richfaces factory by Java Maverik on January 16 2009 00:56 EST
- i can't see this captcha by Java Maverik on January 16 2009 00:59 EST
- Integration with Icefaces? by Eirik Rosvold Larsen on January 16 2009 04:09 EST
- captcha, push and others by Sergey Smirnov on January 16 2009 12:45 EST
- Re: RichFaces 3.3.0 release: new components and features by Faro G on January 18 2009 04:32 EST
- Re: RichFaces 3.3.0 release: new components and features by Mert Caliskan on January 18 2009 09:00 EST
- JSF 2 Branch release by Faro G on January 19 2009 12:22 EST
- What version of Seam 2.x is compatible with RF 3.3.0.GA? by Arbi Sookazian on January 30 2009 17:18 EST
It's finally nice to see the integration with TinyMCE. I can't wait to try this out! Nice job and congrats on the release!
I think richfaces has lots of variety when compare to other ajax frameworks in combination of JSF but can i see some more components(video, mp3 player, picture viewer, audio...) to stay ahead of competition with ICEfaces and even Adobe flex. I think richfaces need to think about Exception Handling Mechanism. Whenever any exception is thrown by Richfaces Component we can see only one line on browser. i hope they will do something about this. I also think richfaces to give a detail dependency or changes between different versions i mean if i update my ui.jar file what files i need to update and what changes i need to methods or remove methods But finally(if u leave all those minor issues) to be frank "RICHFACES ROCKS!" Regards, Martin.
Hi theserverside guys, can u guys just make this captcha somewhat simple because it took 5-6 refreshes and try to figure out what is written in captcha. Thanks, Martin
reCaptcha serves for a cause. You're helping out to move the texts into their soft versions (even when it's hard to figure out the words) It's a good thing that TSS is using that.
Hi Are there any plans to integrate with IceFaces? As of now, if a developer wants to use components from RichFaces but needs ajax push (not fake pushing like rich:push), you have to use another technology. IceFaces is quite good with JSF, but if you want to use it with RichFaces you have to write your own renderers which can be painful. What would be nice is either: - integrate RichFaces with IceFaces' rendering, or - create tutorials for how a developer easily can do it himself Thanks for a great framework!
comet should be the stuff to try out there for "real" server push.
comet should be the stuff to try out there for "real" server push.ICEfaces Ajax Push hides the difficult parts within the framework and allows you to add push to a JSF application with just two lines of code ... maybe it doesn't seem "real" because the hard work is already done for you?
Captcha: "Overview of the Features required by RichFaces' users" document has a Captcha in the table. However, it is not on top. I am not sure it is realistic to ask Red Hat to include it into the contract for the next release when more asked features are still in the task queue. push: I prefer to interpret "real" as a something that works for real without tones of explanations why the network environment is so unfriendly and how to workaround everything. a4j:push use a biff technique. The approach was introduced in the unpublished Ajax On-demand article written about two years ago. compatibility with other libraries: As Ted already mentioned, the JSF 2.0 will bring much more common points that were in the JSF 1.1/JSF 1.2. Let see how it will help to close the gap.
Rich Faces is now very mature api. Thanks to great team!!. RF 3.3 + Facelets and Seam + JSF now make a very powerful web stack. When is the plan to release JSF 2.0 branch for Rich Faces. Complex Layout components which can be dragged(horizontally and vertically) has been long waited and is very useful in creating complex dashboards. Charting library is also what is currently missing, although available in other apis. Good work by the team!!.
They released an integration plan for jsf 2.0 http://jboss.org/community/docs/DOC-13173
Thanks for the link http://jboss.org/community/docs/DOC-13173 It has very good information, I see JSF 2 Ajax not as per RF team expectation, but what I understand RF team also participated in JSR release, so why they did not fill the gaps if any. JSF 2 release is an important milestone, although Bookmarkable URL in core JSR spec is still awaited. I hope to see a RF release on JSF 2 branch soon, we all want to migrate to JSF 2 asap, after all component creation seems to be very easy in it. Also does RF team has any plans to use JAVA FX for creating very rich charting library for web application which can be integrated in web-apps with JSF 2 ?
which version of Seam can we use with this release? and are there any plans for SR1, etc.?