News: PrimeFaces 1.0.0 and 2.0.0 released
Here's the list of significant changes in this release cycle. * New component: Schedule * New component: ScheduleEventDialog * New component: ImageCompare * New component: GraphicText * New component: NotificationBar * New component: TreeNode * Partial View Processing (eg. Validation,Model Update) for ajax/non-ajax requests * DataTable enhancements (Ajax data filtering, custom sorting, bug fixes) * Tree enhancements (Customizable TreeNodes, built-in checkbox selection) * Added support to exporting only current page using DataExporter * Custom component rendering support in menuitems * New RequestContext API to pass parameters from JSF backing beans to ajax callbacks like oncomplete * 3x faster Dom updates with ajax thanks to jQuery 1.4 update See the detailed full list of changelog for 1.0.0 and 2.0.0 for more information. Next release of Primefaces will feature new components such as progressBar, contextMenu, treeTable and many more.
- Posted by: Cagatay Civici
- Posted on: February 15 2010 12:45 EST
- Re: PrimeFaces 1.0.0 and 2.0.0 released by Cagatay Civici on February 15 2010 13:54 EST
- Awesome! by Wolf Benz on February 17 2010 11:02 EST
- Re: PrimeFaces 1.0.0 and 2.0.0 released by Uysal KARA on February 18 2010 03:57 EST
Forgot to add link to project site of PrimeFaces for those who are interested. www.primefaces.org
Congratulations! PrimeFaces is faster than RichFaces in JSF 2.0 support. Hope I'll have a project working with PrimeFaces 2.0.
Congrats, we're using PrimeFaces and good to see that PrimeFaces is taking the lead!
Congrats for the entire PrimeFaces/TouchFaces team!! We are currently evaluating it internally as our next all-web platform and so far all looks fantastic. The few hiccups we had were caused by peripheral (IDE, App Server) tools. Also the support, the forum, the documentation... thumbs up. :-) I bet we're gonna hear a whole lot more about PrimeFaces! Philippe ________________ Sr. SW Architect JnJ R&D
Congrats., online demos are pretty impressive. Automatically creating CRUD screens (with EJB3.1/JPA bindings) from table definitions will be a logical next step towards enterprise adoption (aka scaffolding)