Open source products of PrimeTek are used all around the world by 1M+ developers in Fortune 500 companies, corporations, government and educational institutions.
PrimeFaces is a popular open source framework for JavaServer Faces featuring over 100 components, touch optimized mobilekit, client side validation, theme engine and more.
After months of hard work and dedication, PrimeTek is proud to announce the first release candidate of PrimeReact 2.0.0 featuring the all-new powerful TreeTable component, accessibility enhancements and quality improvements. Full Changelog Visit github for m
PrimeFaces 6.2.11 is an important release featuring and the all-new free Modern Themes and PrimeIcons. Nova and Luna are created by the PrimeFaces Theme Designer API and come in various alternatives; nova-light nova-dark nova-colored luna-amber luna-blue lun
We were evaluating various JSF frameworks for our in-house ERP project and the main features we liked with Prime Faces are Easy to understand even for novice team members. Inbuilt Chart Option which was very easy to configure which some of the major frameworks lacked. Attractive interface. Light weight library without external dependencies. Easy option to export data tables to CSV, EXCEL & PDF formats. Thank you Prime Faces for providing this great framework and we hope it will keep expanding with new features.
Thanks for putting together a great JSF 2 Component Library. After being scarred on a previous JSF 1.x project I was astonished at how mush better JSF 2/ Primefaces was. We are currently porting a major legacy application to Java with Primefaces at the front-end. I cannot think of a case where Primefaces did not have a solution for a problem. The dataTable is one component users love. From a developer perspective Primefaces makes ajax dead easy.Keep up the good work!!
We have selected PrimeNG among the others because we feel it’s currently the most mature and complete Angular library out there! We were simply searching the component library not a directive library.
I am a software engineer for nearly 10 years now. I use PrimeFaces since a few months in an Spatial OLAP visualization interface and I can attest that it is one of my better choice I have done for this project. I went to PF because I was a bit disappointed by RichFaces last version, especially with the DataTable management.