ICEfaces 1.8.2 Released

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  1. ICEfaces 1.8.2 Released (3 messages)

    ICEfaces 1.8.2 is an official release that includes over 160 fixes and improvements. Notable changes include: • All-new support for "cookieless" mode operation for synchronous ICEfaces applications (deployed to browsers with cookies disabled). • Enhanced keyboard navigation for the menuBar, menuPopup, panelCollapsible, panelTabSet, and tree components. • The panelTab component now supports an optional label facet for defining arbitrarily complex labels. • Enhanced dataExporter: define which columns & rows to export, seamless operation with dataPaginator, portlet support, and improved robustness. • Improved panelTooltip: smarter positioning, mouse tracking, and customizable display event triggers (hover, click, etc.). • Support for nested modal panelPopups. • The inputFile component now supports optional "autoUpload" mode. • The graphicImage component now supports all ICEfaces Resource APIs for specifying image resources. • The outputResource component now has improved special character support for resource file-names. • Rendering performance optimizations have been made to the dataTable, panelGroup, panelSeries, and menuBar components. • Updated Component Showcase sample application illustrating new component capabilities. More Information Download

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  2. Great ! :) Icefaces is the best framework[ Go to top ]

    Great ! :) Icefaces is the best framework
  3. Test framework for ICEFaces?[ Go to top ]

    Hi: Congratulations on the new release to the ICEFaces team. We have a prospective customer that builds a CMS on top of ICEFaces. They are looking for a test automation solution for regression testing and load and performance testing. We've done well at using Selenium and TestMaker in a proof-of-concept for them. I'm wondering if anyone can recommend alternatives to this approach? -Frank Cohen http://www.pushtotest.com
  4. Re: Test framework for ICEFaces?[ Go to top ]

    Hi, We use Selenium ourselves for functional regression testing. For load testing, <a href="http://www.neotys.com/" target="_blank" "="" rel="nofollow">Neotys has a commercial product called <a href="http://www.neotys.com/solutions/overview.html" target="_blank" "="" rel="nofollow">NeoLoad that supports ICEfaces now. I think anyone with an ICEfaces support contract may be eligible for a discount on NeoLoad licenses as well. Regards, Ken