OrderList is a new addition to the PrimeFaces Component Suite, used to sort a collection.
Notable features are;
Drag and Drop support
See PrimeFaces Labs for the live demo....
Ever wondered who the guys behind PrimeFaces are? Well here is the PrimeFaces team who are full time engineers at Turkish JavaEE and Agile Mentoring Powerhouse, Prime Teknoloji.
Çağatay Çivici - Architect and Lead Developer
Levent Günay - Core Developer
Yiğit Darçın - Core Developer / QA-Test
Mustafa Daşgın - Core Developer / QA-Test
Basri Kahveci - QA-Test
Deniz Silahçılar - QA-Test
Cenk Çivici - Mentor
PrimeFaces Team members also work as consultants onsite to assist PrimeFaces...
In Istanbul this weekend? Looking for some PrimeFaces action?
PrimeFaces Lead Çağatay Çivici will be speaking about PrimeFaces 3.0 this weekend at Istanbul Java Day. Patrick Curran, chair of JCP is joining a well as a featured speaker.
See you there!...
PrimeFaces 3.0.RC1 development is getting heated up! After the initial drop-in of PrimePush, we've focused on requests of Enterprise PrimeFaces Users who sponsor development of new features which are also available to PrimeFaces Community as well.
One new feature is grouping data by a specific column and rendering a summary content grouped by column data. Dynamic grouping is also available when a sortable column is clicked. Note that basic grouping is already implemented before RC1 iteration via default...
Work on PrimePush has began and we've deployed two experimental demos(note that you need a browser that supports websockets);
PrimePush is based on websockets(no polling, long-polling, http-streaming) and push server is ideally designed to be independent from the runtime the actual application is running. PushServer is really a simple websocket servlet that acts a gateway to distribute the messages according to channels. At the moment, push server is implemented with jetty8 and there are plans for...
PrimeFaces 3.0 provides improved resource ordering customization options. PrimeFaces has it's own HeadRenderer implementing the following order;
- "first" facet if defined
- Theme CSS
- "middle" facet if defined
- PF-JSF registered CSS and JS
- Head content
- "last" facet if defined
This order allows to place resources before and/or after PF-JSF registered resources. Here is a case to demonstrate;
Rendered output will have meta tags followed by the title tag as the initial content of head tag, followed by the JSF-PF...
PrimeFaces 3 will be shipping with new taglib namespaces;
A simple find/replace with your favorite IDE is necessary to apply the change in your projects....