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We would like to share our roadmap for PrimeFaces Mobile with our community. PrimeFaces Mobile is a side project of PrimeFaces featuring a UI kit optimized for mobile devices, it involves a couple of mobile specific components and majority of the components are implemented with mobile renderers. So instead of pm:commandButton, we have p:commandButton with a  mobile renderer, thanks to powerful renderer features of JSF. PF Mobile is based on jQuery Mobile which is a natural...

Twitter Bootstrap is a front end framework consisting of CSS and JavaScript utilities. We have been getting questions from our community about integrating bootstrap with PrimeFaces so decided to work on it. PrimeFaces Widgets are richer than what bootstrap provides so we will not wrap bootstrap widgets for sure. A JSF library would only need to wrap widgets of bootstrap to come up with a quick and dirty solution for JSF. CSS part is the real value of...

Prime Technology and Ippon Technologies are offering a 3 day JSF2-PrimeFaces course in Paris, France on 10-11-12 October 2012. Training will be delivered by Çagatay Çivici, project lead of PrimeFaces. Outline is available at here. Fee for the course is 1650 euros per person, lunch is included and will be delivered in English (with a Turkish accent :) For more details, please see official announcement from Ippon. See you in Paris!...

Prime Technology is excited to announce a brand new project. PrimeFaces the UI library who dominates JSF ecosystem, will be implemented for ASP.NET as well. PrimeFaces.NET will be open source and will follow the same principles that has made PrimeFaces a success. JSF and ASP.NET versions will be developed by separate teams both led by Çağatay Çivici, founder of PrimeFaces. Initial version is planned to be available by mid 2013 featuring at least 40 ASP.NET controls. We'll focus...

Java EE and Agile Mentoring Powerhouse, Prime Technology is glad to announce the release candidate of the next generation PrimeFaces. 3.4 is a major release featuring over 130 filed improvements, brand new Ajax Push Integration with Atmosphere Framework, new components, implementation of popular requests from community&pro users and significant maintenance work to improve the overall quality.   Highlights Brand new PrimeFaces Push with Atmosphere New Component: Mindmap New Component: TabMenu New Component: PanelMenu New Utility: ResetInput DataTable Enhancements ...

PrimeFaces 3.4 brings major refactor and enhancements on DataTable. We've been adding features with each release to datatable and at some point it became harder to maintain. For 3.4, we've taken our time to improve the internals and thanks to the new clear design, it was easy for us to add various popular requests from the community. Refer to Datatable from Children Long time PrimeFaces users would be familiar with this, datatable can't be updated or processed from...

Client side Tree Widget is refactored with a cleaner dom structure and along the way we've added animation to display during expand-collapse. The feature is enabled by setting animate attribute to true. As a result of the major refactor on client side tree, we'll be able to add upcoming features like dragdrop, inline editing much more easier in future releases. See PrimeFaces Labs for a live demo....

Upon request of a PrimeFaces PRO user, tagCloud component has been enhanced with  interactivity. Items can now either be used as regular links or as command items via optional select ajax behavior event. Demo is available at PrimeFaces Labs....

A PrimeFaces PRO User has been using panels side by side and they required horizontal toggling for a flexible UI. Panel had toggle support for a long time but it only applies to vertical direction. In order to provide this for them, we have added toggleOrientation feature with vertical (default) and horizontal as valid values. See PrimeFaces Labs for the live demo!...

Oleg Varaksin from PrimeFaces Extensions Team, long time PrimeFaces Contributor and co-author of PrimeFaces Cookbook has released all PrimeFace Themes in One Jar. Themes are available at Maven Central. See Oleg's Blog for more information....