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PrimeFaces password component gets a makover for 3.2, old version was using a 3rd party jquery plugin with some mismatches with JSF and we've reimplemented the client side ourselves using native PrimeFaces scripting with theme integration and optimizations for JSF. Also fixed a couple of issues regarding positioning. One change regarding backward compatibility is the feedback option that gives password strength indicator, default value of this attribute is now false so if you have it empty, you...

PrimeFaces Team is glad to announce PrimeFaces 3.1.1, a maintenance release for 3.1 line. This release focuses on bug fixes and does not add any new features. There are 10 fixes in total, please see the detailed changelog for more information. Downloads page is updated with the new release as well.   PrimeFaces 3.2 is under development and we'll speed-up our pace starting from next week and hopefully deliver the first release candidate of 3.2 on 5th of March. P.S....

InfoQ has posted an article about PrimeFaces, featuring an interview with us. We've really liked the following analysis in the article; Among the components one can also find implementations for image comparison, tag cloud generation and even an OS X styled stack. One reason for such diversity, according to Prime Teknoloji (the company behind PrimeFaces), is that the firm is not a software vendor. It is a consulting company actually using PrimeFaces for its clients. This is a...

After release of IceFaces 3, we have been getting reports from PrimeFaces Community that IceFaces Ace Components look similar to PrimeFaces. After looking at Ice Ace Components, frankly, we are shocked and disappointed! IceSoft copied PrimeFaces code LINE BY LINE to come up with it's new set of components named Ace. We are aware that we can't take any action legally as code is open however we just want to let you know about this. Here...

PrimeFaces 3.2 development has started along with 3.1.1 maintenance in parallel. The first feature of 3.2 we have added is BlockUI component that can block a particular content. Usage is quite simple thanks to the special ajax integration, also client side api is provided if you need to write extensions or customize it. The component is inspired by the blockui jquery plugin, we have our own implementation instead of using that plugin but the idea is pretty...

Prime Teknoloji, company behind PrimeFaces is glad to announce the 3.1 final release. In total there are 12 filed changes over the release candidate. See the full changelog for more information. Detailed information about what has changed, the new features and more can be found at the 3.1.RC1 Release Announcement. Downloads Check out PrimeFaces downloads page for manual download or if you are maven user update your dependency to 3.1 to migrate to this release. Documentation PrimeFaces User's Guide has been...

Prime Teknoloji is proud the announce the first release candidate of PrimeFaces 3.1. This release brings many new features, enhancements and bug fixes. See the all 90+ improvements at full changelog for detailed information. Significant changes can be summarized as; New Components OverlayPanel PanelGrid PhotoCam SelectCheckboxMenu SelectOneButton SelectManyButton SelectBooleanButton Enhancements to Existing Components Rewritten Lightbox Editable SelectOneMenu MultiSelect AutoComplete TabView Orientations Progress Tracking for File Export UI improvements to Select Components New options to paginator template Rewritten InputTextarea AutoGrow Maintenance Feature List is quite long in this release however, PrimeFaces Team has spent a lot...

PhotoCam is a new PrimeFaces component to take photos with a webcam and pass the image to the JSF backing beans. WebCam integration was a popular request with more than 30 votes so we've decided to bring it in with flash, canvas and javascript implementation. Although it is a new component, PrimeFaces Community has already started to use it. Check out the following video we've found in youtube that allows users to take a photo and crop...

SelectCheckboxMenu is a new component in PrimeFaces to display a group of checkboxes in an overlay to save space in page layout. We've seen this UI in a real estate website and though it would be cool to implement something similar in PrimeFaces. Check out PrimeFaces Labs to see SelectCheckboxMenu live!...

We are pleased to announce the official mobile application of PrimeFaces for iPhone and Android platforms. The application is mainly a news app connected to PrimeFaces Blog so you can monitor PrimeFaces development everywhere with your native app. Notable features are; - Native :) - Read blog entries - Contact form to send us messages - Favorites - Tags - Facebook and Twitter integration - Push notifications Download The apps are available at Apple AppStore and Android Market. PleaseMobile.Me These native applications are actually products of our beta...