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[webtier] what JSF suite to choose ?

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Anonymous

ok, my project is configured to work with JSF2.0 ..

now we need to choose a suite of components ..

richfaces, icefaces, *-faces...

What you recommend?

* can I use just Mojarra to produce my GUI ? I believe not...
* my project is licensed LGPL..

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Jim Driscoll

On 10/25/09 2:13 AM, Felipe Gaúcho wrote:
> ok, my project is configured to work with JSF2.0 ..
>
> now we need to choose a suite of components ..
>
> richfaces, icefaces, *-faces...
>
> What you recommend?

What do you want to do?

> * can I use just Mojarra to produce my GUI ? I believe not...

Why? Not saying you're wrong, but what *exactly* do you wish to do that
can't be done (easily) with Mojarra's base tags?

That answer will help drive any recommendations.

> * my project is licensed LGPL..

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Felipe Gaucho

I am a senior server side developer, but I confess my client skill
stopped on the servlet times :)

I used richfaces a bit....

I was looking for a volunteer for arena-puj, but the abscence of
candidates is pushing me to try by myself :)

I will start with mojarra then... And as soon I miss some widget i ask
here...

My last blog entry includes a result i would like to display in a
GUI... Let's see...

On 25.10.2009, at 22:46, Jim Driscoll wrote:

>
>
> On 10/25/09 2:13 AM, Felipe Gaúcho wrote:
>> ok, my project is configured to work with JSF2.0 ..
>>
>> now we need to choose a suite of components ..
>>
>> richfaces, icefaces, *-faces...
>>
>> What you recommend?
>
> What do you want to do?
>
>> * can I use just Mojarra to produce my GUI ? I believe not...
>
> Why? Not saying you're wrong, but what *exactly* do you wish to do
> that can't be done (easily) with Mojarra's base tags?
>
> That answer will help drive any recommendations.
>
>> * my project is licensed LGPL..
>
>
>
>
>
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Felipe Gaúcho

I am developing the Arena-PUJ project:
http://java.dzone.com/articles/rest-project-glassfish

my JSF 2 page: http://fgaucho.dyndns.org:8080/arena-jsf20/

:) I have just that.. the skeleton..

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