I will be presenting two sessions at TheServerSide Java Symposium: TheClientSide conference in Las Vegas, March 17-19th in Ceasers Palace hotel.
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.
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: