JSF 2.2 and 2.1 Nightly Builds Running Again
Here is my session presentation and attendence plan for JavaOne 2011.
There is a lot of well-founded buzz around HTML5 but I assert that nearly all of it stems from how HTML5 enables the UI authoring experience to focus entirely on the browser, instead of on server-side processing that delivers content to the browser.
If you want to try out the absolute latest Mojarra 2.2-SNAPSHOT, you can run it on GlassFish 3.1 or GlassFish 3.1.1. To install it, grab the 2.2.0-SNAPSHOT version of Mojarra from this repository.
JCP/JavaEE Artifacts in Maven Central
Pragmatic Programmer Stuart Holloway said in a tweet recently, “Anybody can be agile in a green field.
I'm trying to get the first snapshot of JSF 2.2 published and I've just scanned through the svn logs and arrived at the following text, from which I'll derive the "Changes between 2.1 and 2.2" content.
I've managed to make it to Jazoon every other year since it startedin 2007
It's hard to know the exact numbers, but I'll venture a guess that well over half of the JSF sites that exist in the world are running Oracle's Mojarra implementation of the JSF spec.
About three weeks ago, I called for the community to submit entries for a contest to design a logo for the JSF specification. Sixteen different individuals submitted 32 entries. Thank you very much for contributing!