This entry lists Ed's picks for the brand new JavaLand conference.
I presented this demo at DevNexus 2014 in Atlanta today. It is Reza's demo with just a pinch more Java EE thrown in. This blog entry covers how to fully internationalize an AngularJS application with just a pinch of Java EE.
This blog entry describes an unsupported process for overwriting the version of Mojarra that comes bundled in WLS 12.1.2 and beyond with an arbitrary version (from groupId org.glassfish artifactId javax.faces).
I’ve been talking about JSF 2.2 new features out on the conference trail for quite a while now. I usually talk about the big three: Flows, Resource Library Contracts, and HTML5 Friendly Markup. This blog entry talks about another, mostly behind-the-scenes, feature: ClientWindow. I introduce the concept of ClientWindow and give a simple example illustrating one solution to a common web browser problem: the browser’s "open in new tab” or "open in new window” feature.
The spec lead highlights some of the features in the Early Draft Review of JSF 2.2.
I'm ashamed to say it, but we've gone over two years without having a working nightly build system for Mojarra. As of last week or so, I finally got the nightly working again. We now have our internal hudson instances configured to publish nightly SNAPSHOT builds to the java.net snapshot repository.
My goal with this blog entry is to shed some light on what HTML5 means for JSF 2.2.
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.
>Ultra quick JSF 2.2 in progress changelog
You can see that JSF+CDI and multi-component validtion are the two
big winners, followed by resource handler improvements and a feature
that seems like taking the composite components to the next level:
support for composite applications.
Make a logo for the JSF specification. Win the contest. Contribute it under the Oracle Contributor Agreement. Get a free book, if you want it.
Help us organize our open issues for JSF 2.2 by voting for your top five issues.
As mentioned earlier and elsewhere, JSF 2.2 is getting started right now. This blog entry is a call for serious, committed participation in the JCP Expert Group dedicated to delivering that specification.
I describe the hudson jobs for Mojarra and the automated tests run by those jobs.
Here's a look at a draft of the JSF 2.2 JSR we plan to file with JCP.
Mojarra 2.1.0-b11 will likely be the final release of 2.1.0.
Ed announces release candidate 1 of Mojarra 2.1.0.
The Mojarra JSF Developer community can now know when it is safe to check in to the Mojarra source code repository.
I've been blessed with the opportunity to speak about JSF 2.2 at JavaZone and JavaOne. Just before both events I'm doing a full day JSF 2.2 class. This blog entry advertises both classes.
Use HTML(5) friendly markup in JSF 2.2.