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SpringSource has officially announced the 1.2.RC1 release of SpringROO. The importance of this release for JSF community is the JSF-PrimeFaces Add-On. ROO currently only provides PrimeFaces scaffolding. We as PrimeFaces Team are glad to see the availability of this add-on as we mentioned in the past we've worked with Spring Roo Team, especially with lead Alan Stewart to make sure PrimeFaces performs well when used with ROO. For example the dynamic resource loading feature introduces in 3.0.M4...

Prime Teknoloji is glad to announce the first official release of PrimeFaces Mobile. PrimeFaces Mobile is a UI kit to implement JSF pages that are optimized for mobile devices with a native look and feel. Mobile was a bundled within PrimeFaces until now and moved to a separate project lately. Mobile RenderKit for standard JSF and core PrimeFaces components. Mobile JSF components. Same backend model for desktop web and mobile web. Wide range of platform support. Integration with JSF programming model. Ajax...

PrimeFaces Mobile features multi-view templates on a single JSF page to provide native looking web apps on top of jQuery Mobile. Navigating between these views in alpha versions of PF mobile was via javascript(not convenient) and lately this is integrated with JSF Navigation Model. [crayon-5a1023bbbcb7f889712881/] With new integration commandLink can be rewritten as; [crayon-5a1023bbbcb84770532108/] [crayon-5a1023bbbcb85163967932/] By prefixing the outcome with "pm:", PrimeFaces Mobile will navigate to the View B with a native slide effect. Note that this feature is not available...

Longly anticipated PrimeFaces User's Guide for 3.0 development is now ready! The new guide(400+ pages) is improved and updated to cover latest milestone 3.0.M4. You can download it by clicking the guide icon below. From now on whenever a new version is released, guide will be updated to be available to PrimeFaces Community. Another good news is that JSF Rockstar Kito Mann will be contributing to the User's Guide 3.0 Final as a Technical Reviewer. Now the guide is...

PrimeFaces Mobile and PrimeFaces Push are two submodules of PrimeFaces and we've created an integration demo to show how to write a mobile client that uses PrimeFaces Push to communicate with desktop clients created with regular PrimeFaces components. Here's the big picture; Clients on the left are using the desktop version and iphone client is using the mobile version of this demo. PrimeFaces Mobile and PrimeFaces Push will be improved greatly as 3.0 final, stay tuned!...

Turkish Java EE and Agile Mentoring Powerhouse Prime Technology is glad to announce the forth milestone release of the leading JSF component suite, PrimeFaces. M4 release mainly focuses on maintenance and features over 100 improvements, major internal enhancements, new components, initial drop-in of new Ajax Push integration aka PrimeFaces Push and much more. New component, OrderList. New component, SummaryRow. Aristo replaced Sam as the built-in theme and Sam is available as a downloadable theme. PrimeFaces Push Part I. Reimplemented menu, menubar,...

Password confirmation is a common case and PrimeFaces has a simple feature to make it easy for page authors. [crayon-5a1023bbbd094657965836/] The match attribute does the trick, if the two inputs are not same, a validation exception is thrown; ...

PrimeFaces 3.0.M4 will be introducing a new feature called "Dynamic Resource Loading" to solve a very common problem related to the resources of components that are added to the page dynamically. If you have tried to add a PrimeFaces component programmatically to a JSF page, it is likely that you've already faced with this. Consider the following to case where a button action adds a fileUpload component on the fly with ajax; [crayon-5a1023bbbd492556872578/] [crayon-5a1023bbbd495042112828/] Problem here is, since fileupload...

As any other rich UI library, PrimeFaces requires various js and css resources to create good looking and functional web applications. Downside of this requirement was the page load times as a complex page can require around 10-15 maybe more resources each causing an http request that slows down page load time. For PrimeFaces 3.0.M4, we have decided to improve this by merging commonly used resources so we now have primefaces.css and primefaces.js created at build...

There is a mismatch between JSF page definition, hidden containers and rich widgets that need dimension calculation. If you are a fellow PrimeFaces user, it is likely that you've faced with issues like this before, consider the following cases; [crayon-5a1023bbbd81b060421284/] That will not work because editor renders itself in DOM on page load so needs dimension information, which jQuery cannot provide as dialog is hidden, our dirty workaround was using a lazy editor and initialize it when dialog...