- Posted by: Silvo Cavalieri
- Posted on: January 27 2009 08:22 EST
- Re: PrimeFaces reveals itself by Talip Ozturk on January 27 2009 11:41 EST
- Re: PrimeFaces reveals itself by Thai Dang Vu on January 27 2009 14:39 EST
- Really Impressive by Ozer Erturk on January 28 2009 03:57 EST
- Great by Alan Robstem on January 28 2009 04:44 EST
Very impressive, Cagatay! Component samples are great but I couldn't find the docs for Optimus. Congrats, -talip
I second that: very impressive! Now all you have to do is finding some company which is big enough (like Sun/IceFaces, RedHat/RichFaces) to back your product. Is there any example of row selection in a data table? (I mean, I click on a row and the server knows which row I click on; using Seam to get the data on the row I click on is ok, but then I cannot click on multiple rows) Your resizable data table looks better than the extended data table of RichFaces. I hope to see Google maps API, some scriptaculous effects, some layout components (I mean the one with a movable splitter), a tree table ... in your component suite in a near future (haven't checked out your Optimus and FacesTrace yet).
while trying the demo i found few errors and few components were not working properly in chrome.
I really appreciate that someone from my country started to build a component library for jsf development. The first releases of of this library may not be very stable for development but, it takes time. I am using Icefaces at the moment and the first releases of it wasn't strong enough for enterprise web development. It takes time to build up a bug-free library. Great work!!!
Greate work Cagatay! Really impressive. Same thing for your blog.