This quick blog entry is just to advertise the availability of the Proposed Final Draft of JSF 2.2 (JSR-344). You may download the draft of the spec at <http://jcp.org/aboutJava/communityprocess/pfd/jsr344/index.html>.
As mentioned in my talks at JavaOne San Francisco 2012, JSF 2.2 will include a new feature I'm calling HTML(5) Friendly Markup.
JavaOne 2012 is just 19 business days away!
In previous years I spent the time to extract an HTML view from my
google calendar to show where I would be during the week of JavaOne
2012. This year, I don't have the time to do that so I'm going to just
post an image. Sorry for the degradation in usefulness.
JSF 2.2 Early Draft Review Available
Three days ago, the JSF 2.2 Early Draft Review Specification was
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.