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  • IceFaces Ace Forks PrimeFaces for jQuery Support, PrimeFaces not Happy

    PrimeFaces is claiming IceSoft copied PrimeFaces code "LINE BY LINE" for its new IceSoft Ace. While not claiming legal issues with the fork, the PrimeFaces team is "shocked and disappointed" and claim the new IceSoft Ace components are "up to 90% copied" from PrimeFaces. InfoQ caught up with PrimeFaces and IceSoft about this issue. Is it ok for a competitor to fork an Apache licensed project?

  • Pete Muir Discusses Seam 3, RichFaces 4, and His Move to Infinispan

    Red Hat's JBoss division have a number of updates in the pipeline for the next couple of months, including major new releases of their web application framework Seam, and JSF component library RichFaces. InfoQ spoke to Pete Muir, a Principal Software Engineer at Red Hat, about what is coming, and his own move from the Seam team to the Infinispan data grid team.

  • Article: Developing Portlets using JSF, Ajax, and Seam (Part 2 of 3)

    This article, the second in a three-part series by Wesley Hales, expands upon the previous article by introducing RichFaces. It covers integrating RichFaces into the previous sample application, deploying a RichFaces portlet, and several features and capabilities of RichFaces.

  • Infragistics NetAdvantage JSF Component Suite Offers Portal Support

    The latest version of NetAdvantage JSF component suite offers portal support and intra-portlet communication. Infragistics announced the release of NetAdvantage for JSF Version 8.1 which is a toolset of AJAX-enabled controls for building applications using JSF technology. NetAdvantage includes a DataGrid with hierarchical views and a WebChart component with 2-D and 3-D charting based on JOGL API.

  • JBoss RichFaces 3.1: Ajax4JSF and Exadel RichFaces integrated as single open source library

    JBoss, a division of RedHat, recently released version 3.1 of the RichFaces JSF library. Stemming from a partnership with Exadel, this release is the first one to integrate the Ajax4JSF project with the formerly commercial RichFaces. InfoQ took the opportunity to learn more about RichFaces and what this release brings to the JSF space.

  • RSF released with support for DWR-style Ajax

    The Reasonable Server Faces (RSF) project recently released version 0.7.2. RSF is a web framework based on Spring and covering much of the same ground as JSF. RSF advocates zero server state designs.

  • ICEFaces Ajax/JSF Framework Open Sourced Under MPL

    ICEsoft Technologies, Inc. has announced that their ICEFaces Ajax Development Platform is now available under the Mozilla Public License. This release also includes tighter IDE integration and enhanced JBoss Seam support.

  • Ajax for JSF: ICEFaces Enterprise Edition 1.0

    ICEsoft has released version 1.0 of ICEFaces Enterprise Edition. ICEFaces extends JavaServer Faces (JSF) allowing developers to write AJAX style web applications in pure Java without having to use Javascript. ICEFaces provides an Ajax Push technology that allows server changes to be "pushed" to browser based clients without traditional polling techniques.

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