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Register before Monday to save $200 on the 2nd annual JSF Summit this Dec 1st-4th in Orlando, FL.
We're less than two months away from the 2nd annual JSF Summit conference, co-sponsored by JSFCentral and the No Fluff Just Stuff Symposiums. The conference will take place December 1st-4th in warm, sunny Orlando, FL.
We already have an all-star lineup of speakers such as Ed Burns, Matthias Wessendorf, Dan Allen, Ted Goddard, Keith Donald, David Geary and several others, covering every aspect...
JSR286 or Portal 2.0 is the next step in Portal development. It takes long time to get a step in this area; although the commercials solutions like Oracle Portal and Microsoft Sharepoint Portal are far ahead from the standards and open source solutions. The questions is, did any vendor implements JSR286 100% including IPC "Interportlet communication" with JSF& AJAX Integration?
Here's some info that might help you get started writing new JSR-168 and JSR-286 compliant portlets using NetBeans.
Look out for uses of System Property java.protocol.handler.pkgs in the applications you use. It could be trouble in Java 1.4+.
This entry shows how create a simple portlet using DWR as an Ajax framework inside a Portlet running on JBoss Portal.
Learn the definitions of "portal," "portal domain," "portal server instance," and other related terms.
A new Sun Developer Network article describes the procedures on Sun Java System Portal Server.
A new screencast does a good job.
Great summary for portal developers.
Development is underway for an integration library that enables JavaServer Faces technology-based apps to be run and deployed as JSR 168-compliant portlets.
An excellent hands-on lab steps you through the process.
Sun engineer Jai Suri describes a simple way to incorporate Ajax capabilities into portal communities.
A new article on Sun Developer Network explains the concepts and tasks.
Two postings recount how portals have been "redefined."
Courtesy of Rama Talasila at Sun, a screencast offers a preview.
CMS Watch spotlights Sun's open-source portal project.
Read about the open-source project on the Web Services for Remote Portlets protocol: system and deployment architectures, build and deployment processes, stable builds.
A handy resource for portal developers.