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Blog Archive for edburns during November 2008

During JSF 1.0, 1.1 and 1.2, we relied on the old cardemo application to do end-to-end testing of the implementation. I was never satisfied with how this simple app exercised the code, and have been wanting to get a more real-world application. Similar to the XSLT Stylesheet contest, I'm giving away a copy of my new book Secrets of the Rockstar Programmers to the best sample app. You'll have to...
Emmanuel Bernard has been doing a fine job running JSR-303 Bean Validation. I've met with him on a number of occasions and it's always been a pleasant, productive and professional encounter. It was with great interest that I read the JSF2.0 proposal appendix in the soon-to-be-released JSR-303 draft. I'll leave the details until JSR-303 hits their PR, but at this point I can say I'm happy with...
One aspect of Glassfish being the premiere Java EE 5 Application server is its ability to run all of the current popular software for the Enterprise. One such package is the MyFaces JSF implementation. Although Mojarra is built into Glassfish, people have successfully run MyFaces on Glassfish. If anyone has done so, could you write a blog about it and share it with the world? Technorati Tags...
We're still plugging along on getting Facelets fully specified so a clean-room implementation can be done of it. Today I've been expanding the charter of a new class, PageDeclarationLanguage, which is vended from the ViewHandler. PageDeclarationLanguage (PDL) is the starting point for all things specific to the way the view is described. The idea is that even within the concept of a single...