The Mojarra Project is proud to announce the release of the JSF 2.0 EDR1 implementation.
"EDR" stands for Early Draft Review, so this is a very early snapshot of what we're doing with the new version of JSF.
Here's the Comet TicTacToe that I went over in my BOF on Comet on Wednesday night.
In my previous blog, I mentioned that I didn't like the hack of reloading the iframe via the post action - it's hacky, and it's not hard to imagine it messing things up in a more complex program.
Turns out the answer is both easy and blindingly obvious once you think of it: the iframe onload event.
I was looking at a recent blog by Shing Wai Chan and going through the Comet example, when I noticed that the example wasn't working correctly.
I'm currently learning JSF, and wanted to give a little Google link love to a really great guide to learning JSF's use with databases, especially the datatable component.
The JSF Database Howto written by BalusC is a great getting started guide to using datatables with JSF, and if this is something you're looking for, check it
Java's been broken on Hardy Heron for a while, but I just upgraded to Alpha 5 and found out for myself :-(
The symptoms of the bug are a crash with an error message that contains:
xcb_xlib_unlock: Assertion `c->xlib.lock' failed.
At Dave Shucks blog, I found a patch that works:
It's that time again... JavaOne time. What? Barely over the parties from last year? That's ok - it's in May. But meetings are starting to determine the content for May, and I thought I'd write a quick blog to ask - what do *you* want to see at JavaOne in May?
Like all of Sun US, I was off last week, so I apologize if this was already mentioned (and I missed it), but the JavaOne Tech Sessions for 2006 are now online.
One thing we'll do is have a Lessons Learned meeting, and I want to be ready - so I thought I'd throw out my ideas for what worked and what did