This demo uses the Dynamic Faces library (with JSF) to illustrate a stock lookup service.
The core MobileFaces library is currently based on the JSF 1.1 specification. The library not only makes it easier to develop mobile web applications, but it also utilizes a key extensible piece of the JSF architecture - RenderKits and Renderers.
To get prior releases of Seam running on GlassFish, you had to patch some Seam application modules. With this release, there is no patchwork necessary - the folks at JBoss (RedHat) have done a great job of streamlining the process.
So far we've seen how we can get Seam running on GlassFish with Hibernate Persistence and Java Persistence. Modifications were needed to the Seam core classes as well as the application classes. Fortunately, JBoss has made the modifications to their core classes in time for their Seam FCS release.
Often when you are "heads down" developing a technology, you forget about who might be using that technology. And in the course of giving a presentation about the technology, you may hear a question or two like "yeah... great.... but who is using this out there in the real world?".. Well.. we've compiled an initial list of companies/sites out there that use JSF....
A list of clarifications and corrections to the JSF 1.2 (JSR 252) specification has now been made available. The list can be found here.
There may be additions to this list of errata items, so check back.
EE SDK Runs Seam I outlined some steps for getting href="http://www.jboss.com/products/seam">Seam (the JBoss
application framework that unifies
I am happy to report that Seam
(the JBoss application framework that unifies JSF and EJB 3.0) runs on href="https://glassfish.dev.java.net/">GlassFish, the Open Source
Application Server from which the Java
In its continuing open-source effort, Sun has made the source code of its implementation of JavaServer Faces available under the
OSI approved Common Development and Distribution License (CDDL).
Well.. It's the last day at JavaOne 2005. I attended some good web-tier sessions, and yes, I admit it - I too was caught up in the AJAX hype.