This talk provides a code-intensive introduction to the updated Java EE 7 platform, with several live demos. Learn all about how to leverage the new and exciting standards in building your next enterprise application with this session.
Ed Burns (Oracle) visited Java Magazin editor Claudia Fröhling in Frankfurt and she had the chance to chat with him about the upcoming release of JSF 2.2, the big ticket features of this release and his personal highlights for upcoming Java EE 7.
The innovative Java EE specification that simplified web-application development is showing steady progress
We talked to PrimeFaces’ chief about the recent development for the project, including PrimeFaces 3.4, Mobile 1.0 and more
JSF co-spec lead Roger Kitain introduces us to composite components, combining JSF 2.0 with HTML5 Server Sent Events to form a powerful mix
Liferay get full ownership of PortletFaces open source projects such as PortletFaces Bridge, AlloyFaces and of course Liferay Faces’
With anticipation gathering for JSF 2.2, have enterprises put their faith in the gold standard for front-end development?
ICEfaces deceptive use of PrimeFaces code base for their latest version raises huge debate surrounding the fair usage of open code.
Version 2.2 M1 of component suite for JavaServer Faces adds a server-side TabChangeListener for TabView.
RichFaces moves one step closer to 4.0.0.Final! Third milestone coming in late September/early October.
PLUS, Seam 2.2.1.CR2, a data loss alert for CouchDB 1.0.0, and Tasktop Technologies announce new Tasktop Agile Planner product.
Spring Web Flow 2.2 supports new JSF 2 features and component libraries, including partial state saving and the ResourceHandler API.
RichFaces on the road to 4.0.0.Final
Plus, the first beta of InfraDNAs Certified Hudson CI Server and MySQL 5.5.5-m3 opts for InnoDB.