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Error markers are coming to Exadel JavaFX Studio plug-in for Eclipse script editor. We are planning to release version 1.0.2 next week. In the current version, errors are only displayed in Eclipse console and clicking on them won’t take you to the error. Here is how it looks (si...
I’m guessing not many knew that Exadel had a blog at http://blog.exadel.com. One reason is that we didn’t post anything new there for some time. I’m happy to announced that we have re-launched the blog. We will make sure to post important and interesting information a...
Check out this great article by Ilya Shaikovsky (Exadel) on using RichFaces push to do partial table update. Ilya is also the author of chapter 10: Scrollable Data Table and Tree in Practical RichFaces book.
The a4j:region tag in RichFaces is probably one of the most misunderstood tags, but it provides one of the most important features in RichFaces. With it, server-side processing can be limited to only certain designated components. One reason for misunderstanding could be the tag name...
Stephen Chin has launched a new web site to help grow JavaFX community, JFXtras - an open forum for the entire JavaFX community. Check it out here. Stephen is also the author of JavaFX Dzone Refcard.
If you have been using JSF for a while, you know that in some instances, request scope is too short and session scope is too long to store objects. This of course applies to a situation where you need to keep some data for longer than a request but less than session. If you use [...]
Today we released Exadel Studio JavaFX plug-in for Eclipse version 1.0.1. Here is what’s new in this version: New icons (screen shots - this was a previous minor update) Updated menu actions (now available directly on the perspective) Compiled with JDK 1.5 for Mac OS suppor...
Here is something you may or may not know. JSF Mojarra comes with a small extension tag library with three tags: regular expression validator, credit card validator, and focus setting tag. They are available since JSF version 1.2_09, but maybe even earlier (I didn’t check). Pag...
One of the new components in RichFaces 3.3.1 is rich:colorPicker. The component is based on jQuery widget and has the same functionality and events. Using the component is straight forward. Here is an example. JSF page: <h:outputText id="text" value="RichFaces is cool...
The following series shows how to connect JavaFX to enterprise server-side technologies. This series covers Seam. Part 1 - Introduction: JavaFX and Seam with Flamingo Part 2 - Tutorial: JavaFX and Seam with Flamingo Part 3 - Flamingo CRUD feature Tooling: Exadel JavaFX plug-in for Ec...
RichFaces comes with a4j:status tag that allows to show AJAX request status. Here is an example how to create a page-level indicator, in other words, any action from this page will trigger the status to be displayed. It’s one way to tell the user that something is happening. Tech...
Exadel JavaFX plug-in now works with Eclipse 3.5. Quick getting started is here.
Part two of JavaFX and Seam with Flamingo article. Part one here. This part is a step-by-step tutorial on how to connect JavaFX to Seam with Flamingo.
We have updated our JavaFX Studio plug-in for Eclipse. Applet deployment has been updated to create exactly the same deployment structure if you were to run javafxpackager from the command line We got new icons (see screen shots below) Minor bug fixes Download the plug-in here Quick...
It’s been a while since I posted any RichFaces examples. This post shows how to use new rich:layout and rich:layoutPanel components from RichFaces 3.3.1 . rich:layoutPanel is a component that allows to define layout with the following logical panels: The logical panel parts are...
Ed Burns (JSF spec lead) sent me this slide. Ed and Roger Kitian (JSF spec lead) presented this slide at JavaOne 2009. Ed and Roger also lead Project Mojarra - the reference implementation for JSF2 (and JSF1). You can find me in the lower right corner. It’s an honor to be include...
I will be presenting at JBoss World conference in Chicago, September 1-4, 2009. My session is Building Rich Internet Applications with JBoss RichFaces.