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Blog Archive for driscoll during December 2008

In my previous two technical posts, I described a "switchlist", then added Ajax behavior using the f:ajax tag. If you haven't already, please go back and check on those posts to catch up to where we are. Today, we'll take that basic Switchlist (not the Ajaxified one), and turn it into a component that you can drop into your page with a single tag. We'll Ajaxify the Switchlist compoenent once...
I help organize the JavaOne conference, working with a team of about a dozen people to review talks for the Next Generation Web track - which covers Web 2.0 stuff, cloud computing, JavaScript on the web client, Comet, REST, that sort of thing. You know, all the really good stuff that you want to see. Every year, we have a problem - too many good talks in some areas, not enough good talks in...
In my previous post, I described a "switchlist" set of components and behavior. If you haven't already, please go ahead and read that post, to get the context for this one. This time, we'll wire it up so that it uses Ajax to communicate back to the server. It's going to be a short post - because we're going to use a new feature of JSF 2.0 - the f:ajax tag. Here it is in action: <pre>...