To some, RIA (Rich InÂternet ApÂpliÂcaÂtions) is a myth, a tale of the past. People still have a hard time defining what it means exÂactly. What is true, though, is that an exÂploÂsive growth in client-â€‹â€‹side preÂsenÂtaÂtion techÂnoloÂgies (Flash/â€‹Flex, SilÂverlight, JavaFX) brought to life a new user exÂpeÂriÂence on a wide vaÂriety of comÂputing deÂvices.
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If you attended the webinar, you probably saw that skinning a standard button example wasn’t working (I used the internal browser in Eclipse). I ran the application in external browser (Firefox) and it worked fine.
So, adding the following to web.xml:
will skin all standard and HTML controls on a page. I will add a link to the recording when it becomes available.
This is a two part article that will demonstrate how to use JavaFX and Seam with the Flamingo RIA framework. Part 2, tutorial will be published next week.
If you are learning JavaFX, check out our Eclipse plug-in for JavaFX.
Yesterday we launched a discussion group for Exadel JavaFX Studio — plug-in for Eclipse. We want to hear from you, the community what features you want to see in the plug-in. We are planning to release a version for JavaOne.
Let us know what feature you want here.
Geo-faces is a set of JSF components that you can use to add an OpenLayers map into an existing JSF application taking a server-centric approach. It is built using the RichFaces CDK.
I will be speaking at Silicon Valley Web JUG next Tuesday, March 17th. More details here. One lucky attendee will get a free copy of Practical RichFaces book.
A common question I’m asked is how to submit a form on pressing enter. Here is how to do it using rich:hotKey component.
If you want to submit only while the focus is inside the input field, then the following will work: