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With PrimeFaces PRO, it's easy to support, tune and add features to PrimeFaces as if it were an in-house framework. Here is another recent example; Upon request of a PrimeFaces PRO user, we have added Multi Column Sorting. If metakey like ctrl or command is pressed while a column header is clicked, data is sorted according to multiple order. Dynamic Columns are also supported as well with or without LazyDataModel. Online Demo is available at PrimeFaces Labs....

PrimeUI is a spin-off project from the PrimeFaces project and features pure Javascript Components designed for progressive enhancement, Rest and Json. Version 0.1 is the first release consisting of 6 widgets; Accordion Inputtext Inputtextarea Spinner Rating TabView PrimeUI uses jQuery UI Widget Factory so can be used with any web framework, although some widgets like accordion, tabview overlaps with existing jQuery UI widgets, PrimeUI provides additional functionality that are not available in default jQuery UI widgets like orientations for...

PrimeFaces 3.4 is back with a new maintenance release while 3.5 and Mobile 1.0 along with PrimeUI are under heavy development. 3.4.2 is a maintenance release featuring over 30 improvements. Defect Fixes Accessibility Improvements XSS Fixes Update to jQuery 1.8.2 Performance Improvements Full changelog is available for detailed list of enhancements. See downloads page to get the new release....

During Tour De PrimeFaces, we have visited Brussels JUG and delivered a PrimeFaces session. The video of the event is now available online. Brussels Java User Group - 25.10.2012 - Cagatay Civici - Primefaces, PrimeUI and What's new in JSF 2.2 from Imifos on Vimeo....

One of the highlights of PrimeFaces 3.5 is the RTL support. Initially commonly used components tabview, accordion, datatable, tree, menus and more would be RTL aware. In future versions RTL support would be improved with each iteration just like accessibility. To configure PrimeFaces to use RTL, one way is setting the context param that also accepts EL expressions. [crayon-58d5e7f4c91fb860438350/] That's it, if you have a regular tabview like; [crayon-58d5e7f4c9201419843654/] RTL mode renders like; ...

PrimeTek, company behind PrimeFaces is proud to announce a new technology partnership with Liferay Inc. PrimeTek is now officially listed at Liferay Partners page. Customers who have purchased Liferay EE and PrimeFaces PRO now enjoy the benefit of a communication channel between our companies, so that technology issues can be resolved in accordance with corresponding Service Level Agreements (SLAs). In addition, this partnership will ensure that our mutual customers will be able to develop PrimeFaces portlets that can be used in...

October is over and so is Tour De PrimeFaces where PrimeFaces lead Cagatay Civici has visited JavaOne in San Francisco, ParisJUG in France and BeJUG-BruJUG in Belgium. Here are some photos from the tour! Slides are also available at PrimeFaces homepage. BruJUG is recorded so we also hope to post the video soon. JavaOne Unlocking the JavaEE session video is already available at JavaOne homepage. Note: The tour is now over which means Heavy PrimeFaces Development Begins !!! JavaOne 2012 NetBeans...

We would like to give an update to PrimeFaces community on a roadmap change, as we announced before PrimeFaces 4.0 replaced 3.5 mainly due to PrimeUI but we have decided to revert this decision and get back to 3.5 and reserve 4.0 for JSF 2.2 compatibility. Our initial idea was to create PrimeUI and make PrimeFaces use PrimeUI internally but PrimeUI would be using jQuery UI WidgetFactory and PrimeFaces would be keeping the mature JSF optimized...

We are excited to announce a new spin-off project project called PrimeUI from PrimeFaces Team. PrimeUI is a set of javascript widgets to create rich UIs easily. So basically we're decoupling the homegrown widgets in PrimeFaces from JSF and creating a pure javascript library to make our widgets available to any framework like php, asp, wicket, gwt, asp.net, jax-rs and more. These widgets are implemented with plain jQuery, designed to work with JSON for data progressing...