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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...

Prime Teknoloji is glad to announce the new release of PrimeFaces Themes. This release wagon brings 1.0.3 versions of all 31 PrimeFaces Themes. Note that as Aristo is the default bundled theme, any updates on aristo is bundled with PrimeFaces releases. Significant changes of this release are the unified shadows on input fields and fixes of font color problems in some themes. See the changelog for more information. As stated on PrimeFaces Theme Gallery, Themes 1.0.3 is compatible...

OverlayPanel is a new addition to the PrimeFaces Component Suite. It is a generic panel component that can be displayed on top of other content featuring custom positioning (e.g. my="left top", at="left bottom") relative to a target, custom events and effects. OverlayPanel development is sponsored by an Enterprise PrimeFaces User as it is an important requirement to them and now it is also available to PrimeFaces Community. Check out PrimeFaces Labs to see OverlayPanel in action!...

Lightbox is a popular component in rich web applications to display content in a modal overlay. In jQuery ecosystem, there are tons of 3rd party lightbox plugins and PrimeFaces was also using one of those before. For 3.1, we've decided to take the challenge to write our own javascript widget to use for PrimeFaces. New LightBox is backward compatible in many ways, brings Theme Integration, supports images, any inline content and iframe display with little footprint. See PrimeFaces...

PrimeFaces SelectOneMenu component extends standard selectOneMenu with theme integration, effects and custom content. For 3.1, we've changed the visuals a little bit to make it look like a select tag as before selectOneMenu look was similar to a button. While we are at it, editing support is also added so users can either choose from predefined options or enter their own custom input. Check out PrimeFaces Labs to see improved SelectOneMenu in action!...

Multiple selection feature for PrimeFaces AutoComplete has been a popular request and with 3.1, we've decided to bring it. Initial implementation was based on a simple input text and values were separated with commas but it didn't match the coolness standard of PrimeFaces so we've decided to implement it facebook style. Check out PrimeFaces Labs to see this in action!...

PrimeFaces 3.1 is under heavy development however PrimeFaces Team is not neglecting maintenance. We are glad to announce the 3.0.1 maintenance release. This milestone contains over 25 improvements that are mostly defect fixes over the previous 3.0 release. See the full changelog for the detailed information and visit downloads page to update to the new release. User's Guide As this is a maintenance release, User's Guide hasn't changed and guide of 3.0 also covers 3.0.1. Roadmap There are no more planned...

Accessibility Enhancements in PrimeFaces have begun with adding ARIA(Accessible Rich Internet Applications) support. Initial phase involves adding ARIA roles and attributes to commonly used PrimeFaces components like tabview, accordion, datatable, tree, treeTable, input components and more. Future versions will have improved keyboard support and further accessibility features. Following is an example to make accordion panel more accessible to screen readers. Aria roles and attributes will be available for commonly used components in 3.1 and further versions will get...