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Enterprise Java Newscast - Episode 22 - Oct 2014
In this episode, Kito, Ian, and Daniel discuss JavaOne, JSF, web frameworks, mobile development, Internet of Things, and new JBoss, Apache, PrimeFaces, Spring, MySQL, and TypeSafe releases.
Enterprise Java Newscast - Episode 21 - Aug 2014
In this episode, Kito, Ian, and Daniel change up the format to involve more discussion. They discuss the new Java EE JSRs (JSF, JMS, Servlet, CDI, Java API for JSON Binding, etc.) plus entirely new proposals such as MVC and Java API for JSON Binding. Other topics include RichFaces, PrimeFaces, Apache TomEE, Delta Spike, QUnit, Angular.js. Hibernate OGM, Spring Boot, JBoss Errai, and more, plus upcoming conferences.
JSFCentral Episode 32: Shay Shmeltzer discusses Oracle's ADF Mobile and ADF Faces Rich Client
In this podcast, JSFCentral editor-in-chief Kito D. Mann talks with Shay Shmeltzer about Oracle's ADF Mobile, ADF Faces Rich Client, and Oracle's extensive use of JSF in its products. Shay is director of product management for Oracle's mobile and development tools and frameworks. This interview was recorded in May of 2014.
Enterprise Java Newscast - Episode 20 - May 2014
In this episode, Kito, Ian, and Daniel discuss new releases from Spring, JBoss, ICEsoft, PrimeFaces, Apache, IBM, and TypeSafe. They also discuss build tools, the future of JSF, Daniel’s languagematrix project, and the Mojarra web site.
Enterprise Java Newscast - Episode 19 - March 2014
In this episode, Kito, Ian, and Daniel cover new releases from Spring, MyFaces, TypeSafe, JBoss, Oracle, and Apache. They also discuss the ThoughtWorks Technology Radar, the state of JavaServer Faces, Angular.js, Eclipse, and more.
Enterprise Java Newscast - Episode 18 - January 2014
In this episode, Kito, Ian, and Daniel cover new releases from Spring, MyFaces, ICEsoft, JBoss, Oracle, and Apache. They also discuss responsive design, the Java EE 8 survey, and James Gosling’s Oracle Report Card.
Enterprise Java Newscast - Episode 17 - November 2013
In this episode, Kito, Ian, and Daniel cover new releases from Spring, PrimeFaces, ICEsoft, JBoss, IBM, Oracle, Apache, and TypeSafe. They also discuss Oracle’s decision to drop support for GlassFish, and RebelLabs’ Decision Maker’s Guide to Java Web Frameworks.
JSFCentral Episode 31: Ed Burns, JSF Spec Lead, discusses JSF 2.2 and Java EE 7
In this podcast, JSFCentral editor-in-chief Kito D. Mann talks with Ed Burns, JSF Spec Lead, about JSF 2.2 and Java EE 7.
Arjan Tijms and Bauke Scholtz (BalusC) Talk about OmniFaces and Building zeef.com
Arjan Tijms and Bauke Scholtz (BalusC) explain their motivation for creating the open source JSF utility library OmniFaces and discuss their latest project zeef.com.
Enterprise Java Newscast - Episode 16 - July 2013
In this episode, Kito, Ian, and Daniel cover new releases from SpringSource, PrimeFaces, ICEsoft, JBoss, IBM, Oracle, an TypeSafe. They also try out recording the newscast using Google Hangouts instead of Skype.
Understanding JSF 2.0 Performance – Part 3
In this series of articles, Leonardo Uribe discusses JSF 2 and MyFaces Core performance, and its implications for web applications. Leonardo compares different aspects—speed, memory usage, session size—to give a better understanding of how JSF works under different conditions. This third article will wrap it up with an up to date (2013) web framework comparison between JSF 2 and other alternatives like Apache Wicket, Apache Tapestry, Spring MVC and Grails 2.
Understanding JSF 2.0 Performance – Part 2
In this series, Leonardo Uribe, Apache MyFaces committer, compares the performance of Oracle Mojarra, MyFaces, and Apache Wicket. In the second article of this series we'll use the sample application to analyze JSF 2.0 in different situations where memory consumption and session size become relevant. We'll examine how memory behaves under different situations and how it can impact the performance of JSF. Then we'll examine how session size is affected by JSF and its implications in web applications.
Enterprise Java Newscast - Episode 15 - May 2013
In this episode, Kito, Ian, and Daniel cover new releases from Apache, PrimeFaces, SpringSource, ICEsoft, JBoss, IBM, Oracle, Google, and more. They also discuss the new Google Android IDE and SpringSource's new Reactor asynchronous framework.
Understanding JSF 2.0 Performance – Part 1
In this series, Leonardo Uribe, Apache MyFaces committer, compares the performance of Oracle Mojarra, MyFaces, and Apache Wicket.
JSF 2.2 Final Draft Approved; Java EE 7 Coming Soon
JavaServer Faces 2.2 (JSR 344) was officially approved on April 18th last week. The results were unanimous, with the exception of a couple of members whose voting rights were suspended (such as Google), and a couple that didn't vote (such as Nokia). JSF 2.2 is part of the Java EE 7 release train, which includes a bunch of other JSRs.
Enterprise Java Newscast - Episode 14 - April 2013
In this episode, Kito, Ian, and Daniel cover new releases from Oracle, IBM, SpringSource, PrimeFaces, ICEfaces, Apache, JBoss, NetBeans, eXo Platform, and more. They also discuss cloud IDEs and RESTful web framework benchmarks.
Why the New Oracle ADF Essentials is Important to JSF Developers
With a new free version of Oracle ADF, it might be time for JSF developers to take a look at what Oracle has to offer to create richer UIs and add reusability to their applications. Shay Shmeltzer reviews the new Oracle ADF Essentials offering from the perspective of JSF developers.
Enterprise Java Newscast - Episode 13 - Feb 2013
In this episode, Kito, Ian, and Daniel cover new releases from SpringSource, PrimeFaces, ICEfaces, Apache, JBoss, Eclipse, and TypeSafe. They also discuss a report that claims using Spring lowers code quality, "stateless" JSF views, and Java security FUD.
Death To FacesContext.getCurrentInstance()
In this article, JSF 2.0 Expert Group member Roger Keays highlights the pitfalls of using the static FacesContext.getCurrentInstance() locator method, and describes one workaround using JSF's native dependency injection and another using EL 2.2 method parameters.
JSF and Java EE Newscast - Episode 12 - Dec 2012
In this episode, Kito, Ian, and Daniel cover new releases from SpringSource, PrimeFaces, ICEfaces, Apache, JBoss, and Liferay. They also discuss the pros and cons of the new Spring Migration Analyzer, as well as Getting Things Done and Pomodoro Technique.
JSFCentral Episode 30 - Ted Goddard on ICEfaces, ICEfaces Mobile, JSF 2.2, and more
In this podcast, JSFCentral editor-in-chief Kito D. Mann talks with Ted Goddard about ICEfaces, ICEfaces Mobile, JSF 2.2, and more.
JSFCentral Episode 29 - Neil Griffin on Liferay Projects, Portlets, and JSF
In this podcast, JSFCentral editor-in-chief Kito D. Mann talks with Neil Griffin about Liferay Faces project, portlets, and JSF.
Knee Deep in IT: Project Experiences with JSF 2.0, Javascript
John Hellier demonstrated how a team became highly productive using JSF to implement a complex UX design with minimal need for custom Javascript. This article walks through release cycles that transitioned a team to JSF from straight Javascript.
JSF and Java EE Newscast - Episode 11 - Oct 2012
In this episode, Kito, Ian, and Daniel discuss new releases from JBoss, SpringSource, MyFaces, PrimeFaces, ICEfaces, JSFToolbox, and Oracle, plus highlights from JavaOne and JSF performance improvements.
JSFCentral Episode 28 - Cagatay Civici Talks About All Things PrimeFaces
In this podcast, JSFCentral editor-in-chief Kito D. Mann talks with Cagatay Civici about PrimeFaces, including PrimeFaces Mobile and PrimeFaces Extensions.
JSFCentral Episode 27 - Lincoln Baxter on JBoss Forge, PrettyFaces, PrettyTime, and More
In this podcast, JSFCentral editor-in-chief Kito D. Mann talks with Lincoln Baxter about JBoss Forge, PrettyFaces, PrettyTime, and more.
MyFaces Tomahawk in Action - Part 2
In the second article of this series, Hazem Saleh discusses how to use MyFaces Tomahawk with the JSF 2.0. This article explains how to combine the power of MyFaces 2.0 core and Tomahawk 1.1.11 in order to develop an interactive Mashup application.
JSF and Java EE Newscast Episode 10
In this episode, Kito, Ian, and Daniel discuss PrimeFaces, ICEfaces, Spring Tools Suite, JBoss Developer Studio, Spring Data, Hibernate, Arquillian, Rod Johnson leaving SpringSource, Java developer shortages, and more.
JSF and Java EE Newscast Episode 9
In this episode, Kito, Ian, and Daniel discuss JAXConf/JSF Summit 2012, Java 8, WebSphere Liberty Profile, Arquillian, and new releases from MyFaces, Spring, JBoss, ICEfaces, RichFaces, Tomcat, and more.
Metadata based validation for JavaServer Faces - Part 4
In the fourth installment of this series on MyFaces ExtVal, Gerhard Petracek explains some concepts provided by the Core of ExtVal that allow you to integrate custom concepts easily.
JSFCentral Podcast #26: Brian Leathem reveals RichFaces 4.2 and discusses SeamFaces
In this podcast, JSFCentral editor-in-chief Kito D. Mann talks with Brian Leathem about RichFaces and the Seam Faces Module.
ICEmobile - Enabling Enterprise Mobility with JSF
Stephen Maryka, Chief Technical Officer at ICEsoft Technologies Inc., provides an overview of ICEmobile, which enables Java Enterprise developers to build web applications that provide the native look, feel, and capabilities of the mobile devices from which they are accessed.
JSF and Java EE Newscast Episode 8
In this episode of the newscast, Kito, Ian, and Daniel discuss JDK 8, LiferayFaces, the new Jenkins repository, and new releases of ICEfaces, MyFaces, Weld, Ceylon, ModeShape, Arquillian, Akka, NetBeans, and several Spring products.
JSF and Java EE Newscast Episode 7
Kito, Ian, and Daniel the PrimeFaces / ICEfaces controversy, JSF 2.2, and new releases of MyFaces, Mojarra, ICEfaces, PrettyFaces, DeltaSpike, JBoss EAP, Hibernate, IronJacamer, Spring Roo, IBM WebSphere, Liferay, MyBatis for Scala, and more.
JSFCentral Podcast #25: Werner Punz on MyFaces Ajax and MyFaces Ext-Scripting
In this podcast, JSFCentral editor-in-chief Kito D. Mann discusses MyFaces Ajax, MyFaces Extensions Scripting, and alternative JVM languages with Werner Punz.
A RichFaces Roundup - What's New With 4.2
Brian Leathem discusses the latest developments in the RichFaces project. New components, mobile compatibility, resource loading optimizations, Ajax push, and CDI integration are all areas that have seen improvement with the recent 4.1 and 4.2 releases.
JSFCentral Podcast #24: Juergen Hoeller on Spring 3.1, JSF, and more
In this podcast, JSFCentral editor-in-chief Kito D. Mann discusses Spring Framework 3.0 and Spring's support for JSF with Spring Framework co-founder Juergen Hoeller.
Trinidad in Action, Part 3: Exploring the Table and Tree Components
In the third installment of the Trinidad series, Matthias Wessendorf takes you on a tour of the Table and Tree components.
JSF and Java EE Newscast Episode 6
Kito, Ian, and new co-host Daniel Hinojosa discuss the new DeltaSpike CDI project, plus new releases of PrimeFaces, MyFaces, ICEfaces, Spring, Hibernate, RichFaces, Mojarra, Seam, Artifactory, JRebel, and more.
Dan Allen and Andrew Lee Rubinger on Testing with Arquillian
In this podcast, JSFCentral editor-in-chief Kito D. Mann discusses Arquillian and Seam with Dan Allen and Andrew Lee Rubinger.
JSF and Java EE Newscast Episode 5 - Part 2
Kito, Ian, and special guest Daniel Hinojosa discuss new releases of WebSphere, PrimeFaces, MyFaces, ICEfaces, Tomcat, Spring, Hibernate, Seam, Infinispan, and more.
JSF and Java EE Newscast Episode 5 - Part 1
Kito, Ian, and special guest Daniel Hinojosa discuss headlines from JavaOne 2011.
Building JSF 2.0 composite components based on JavaFX with NetBeans
Most people think of JSF as a technology for building standard HTML applications. However, the JSF 2.0 composite model is quite flexible and can work with other technologies as well. In this article, Hamilton Matos will show how to create a JSF component that is based on JavaFX.
An Introduction to OpenFaces, Part 2 – DataTable and TreeTable
The second article in this series introduces the OpenFaces DataTable and TreeTable components. DataTable extends the standard JSF DataTable component with a multitude of additional features. TreeTable has many of the same features of DataTable but is targeted at displaying hierarchical data structures.
JSF and Java EE Newscast Episode 4
Kito and Ian discuss JSF Summit / JAX 2011 and new releases of Java, WebSphere, JBoss, MyFaces, ICEfaces, Eclipse Indigo, and PrimeFaces plus Oracle's Java Magazine, REST APIs, and more.
JSF and Java EE Newscast Episode 3
In this episode of the JSF and Java EE Newscast, Kito and Ian discuss new releases from MyFaces, ICEsoft, Hibernate, JRebel, Gavin King's new programming language, plus industry news from Red Hat, Microsoft, Google, Terracotta, and more.
JSF and Java EE Newscast Episode 2
The JSF and Java EE Newscast, hosted by Kito D. Mann and Ian Hlavats, covers the latest headlines in the world of JavaServer Faces and Enterprise Java development. Topics in this episode include new releases of many projects (RichFaces, GlassFish, PrimeFaces, many MyFaces projects, Seam, etc.), CDISource, Red Hat, James Gossling, NetBeans, JSF Summit / JAX 2011, and more.
JSF and Java EE Newscast Episode 1
This is the first episode of the JSF and Java EE newscast, hosted by Kito D. Mann and Ian Hlavats. This monthly newscast covers the latest headlines in the world of JavaServer Faces and Enterprise Java development. Topics include Jenkins/Hudson, JSF 2, JSF Summit / JAX 2011, JSFToolbox for Dreamweaver, and more.
Harvard Researchers use JSF to Create the DataVerse Network Project
Traditionally, researchers have bound data and stored it in a physical form on a library shelf; the only way to access it was to look up its ISBN. In more recent times, research data has often been stored on someone’s computer somewhere, accessible to only a few. There has been a growing need for long term archiving of data, to make it available in a digital form that can be shared and used by others.
Ted Goddard on ICEfaces 2 and HTML5
In this podcast, JSFCentral editor-in-chief Kito D. Mann discusses ICEfaces 2 and HTML 5 with Ted Goddard. Ted is the Chief Software Architect at ICEsoft Technologies and is the technical lead for the JavaServer Faces Ajax framework, ICEfaces, and the Ajax Push framework, ICEpush. He currently participates in the Servlet and JavaServer Faces expert groups.
An Introduction to OpenFaces
OpenFaces is an open source JSF library that provides extended versions of the standard components, a number of unique components, including mature DataTable, TreeTable, and scheduling components, and a client-side validation framework. The first article in this three part series gives a general overview of the library, and helps the reader to start using it.
Daniel Lichtenberger talks [fleXive]
In this podcast, JSFCentral editor-in-chief Kito D. Mann talks with Daniel Lichtenberger about [fleXive] and its use of JSF. [fleXive] CMS is a Content Management System based on the [fleXive] content repository, Java Enterprise Edition 5 and JavaServer Faces (JSF) 1.2.
Using the RichFaces Queue
Max Katz, Senior Systems Engineer at Exadel, shows you how to control traffic to the server using the RichFaces queue.
Trinidad in Action Part 2
In the second installment of the Trinidad series, Matthias Wessendorf shows how Ajax is built into all the Trinidad components. You will also learn how easy it is to use the client- and server-side Ajax API, which gives you a straightforward way to add application specific Ajax support.
Martin Marinschek on MyFaces 2.0, IRIAN, and Related Topics
In this podcast, JSFCentral editor-in-chief Kito D. Mann talks with Martin Marinschek about MyFaces, IRIAN, and related topics. This interview was recorded in December of 2009 at the JSF Summit conference in Orlando, Florida.
Introduction to Spring Faces Part 2
In this second article, Jeremy Grelle continues his exploration of Spring Faces with a sample application that demonstrates the Spring-centric integration approach.
Daniel Hinojosa talks about Pitfalls and Testing with JBoss Seam
In this podcast, JSFCentral editor-in-chief Kito D. Mann talks with Daniel Hinojosa about testing JBoss Seam Applications from the bottom up, and Seam pitfalls. This interview was recorded in September of 2008 at the JSF Summit, formerly called JSFOne, in Vienna, Virginia.
Jeremy Grelle digs into JSF, Spring Faces, and Spring Web Flow
In this podcast, JSFCentral editor-in-chief Kito D. Mann talks with Jeremy Grelle about Spring Web Flow and Spring Faces.
MyFaces Tomahawk in Action - Part 1
In the first part of this series, Hazem Saleh introduces MyFaces Tomahawk, a set of components that go well beyond the JSF specification, including converters, validators, and a set of attributes added to the standard JSF components. He also discusses some of its unique features, as well as the new CAPTCHA component.
Metadata based validation for JavaServer Faces – Part 3
In the third installment of this series on MyFaces ExtVal, Gerhard Petracek explains how to validate custom annotations, annotation based client-side validation, and zero configuration in MyFaces ExtVal.
Inside Gracelets Part 1: An Introduction
In the first article of this three part series, Lewis Gass introduces Gracelets, a relatively new technology that combines JSF and Facelets with the power of Groovy. Gracelets harnesses powerful features in Groovy and provides a Domain Specific Language (DSL) for JSF, complementing Facelets and providing many new features and an extensible framework.
Scott O'Bryan chats about JSF, portlets, and the JSR 301 Portlet Bridge
In this podcast, JSFCentral editor-in-chief Kito D. Mann talks with Scott O’Bryan about the JSR301 JSF Portlet Bridge. This interview was recorded in September of 2008 at JSFOne.
From the Editor's Desk: JSF Summit Early Bird Discount ends Sept 21st
In case you haven't heard, JSFCentral and No Fluff Just Stuff have teamed up once again to launch the second annual JSF Summit this December 1st-4th in Sunny Orlando, FL. There's less than two weeks left before the $400 Early Bird discount ends.
Designing JSF Applications: a Storyboard Approach — Part 2
In the second article of this series on using storyboard design for Web applications, Steven Murray explains how to map the Storyboard design to a JSF implementation, giving special attention to Storyboard Controllers.
Stan Silvert on Testing JSF Applications with JSFUnit
In this podcast, JSFCentral editor-in-chief Kito D. Mann talks with Stan Silvert about JSFUnit, an open source integration testing and debugging framework for JSF applications and JSF AJAX components. This interview was recorded in September of 2008 at JSFOne.
Metadata based validation for JavaServer Faces – Part 2
In the second article of this series, Gerhard Petracek explains how to replace standard JSF validators with MyFaces ExtVal annotations, and discusses other MyFaces ExtVal annotations that allow you to validate values across input components.
Inside Mojarra with Ryan Lubke
In this podcast, JSFCentral editor-in-chief Kito D. Mann talks with Ryan Lubke about Mojarra, Sun's implementation of the JavaServer Faces specification. Ryan is the implementation lead for Project Mojarra. This interview was recorded at JavaOne 2009 in San Francisco, CA.
Dive into JSF 2 with Ed Burns
In this podcast JSFCentral editor-in-chief Kito D. Mann interviews Ed Burns about JSF 2. This was recorded in April, 2009 at JSFDays in Vienna, Austria.
From the Editor's Desk: JSF Job Trends
Every once in a while, I run one some Indeed job trend searches and post them on a blog somewhere. My last entry was about a year ago. Of course I'm not the only person doing this, but usually that's not a good reason to avoid doing something. Everybody does things differently, even queries.

So, this year, I did the obligatory JSF vs Struts comparison.

From the Editor's Desk: Where are the Conversations?
There's one thing that's been bugging me for a while: no built-in support for conversation scope. (For those who don't know, "conversation" scope is shorter than a servlet session and longer than a request, and is popular in frameworks like Seam, Spring Web Flow, MyFaces Orchestra, etc.).
Neil Griffin discusses Liferay and ICEfaces
In this podcast JSFCentral editor-in-chief Kito D. Mann interviews Neil Griffin about Liferay, Ajax, and ICEfaces. This was recorded in September of 2008 at JSFOne.
From the Editor's Desk: Shale in the Attic
In case you hadn't heard, Apache Shale is moving to the Apache Attic. What is the Apache Attic? It's a new project, started last year. It's where other projects go to die.
From the Editor's Desk: Oracle and Sun: JSF Comes Full Circle
So, the big news today is that Oracle is buying Sun. This is definitely the biggest thing to happen to Java since it's original release (not to mention the rest of Sun's portfolio). Overall, I believe Java is in pretty good hands. Oracle has bet their entire non-database business on Java.
Metadata based validation for JavaServer Faces – Part 1
In the first article of this series, Gerhard Petracek introduces MyFaces ExtVal, a JSF-centric validation platform that provides advanced features not yet available in other JSF validation frameworks.
Speed up your Data-Driven JSF/Seam Application by Two Orders of Magnitude – Part 2
In the second installment of this two-part article, Dan Allen continues his discussion of some common performance problems you may encounter when using JSF components, Seam components, and the EL. You'll learn about the set of best practices for eliminating them that led to an improvement of two orders of magnitude in the performance of his application.
Jason Lee in depth: Mojarra and Scales
In this podcast JSFCentral editor-in-chief Kito D. Mann interviews Jason Lee about Mojarra (the JSF reference implementation), the Scales component library, and all things JSF. This was recorded in September of 2008 at JSFOne.
Ian Hlavats discusses Designing for JSF, Dreamweaver, and JSFToolbox
In this podcast JSFCentral editor-in-chief Kito D. Mann interviews Ian Hlavats about designing for JSF, working with teams of developers and designers, and the JSFToolbox Suite, a set of Dreamweaver plug-ins for JSF.
Speed up your Data-Driven JSF/Seam Application by Two Orders of Magnitude
In the first of this two-part article, Dan Allen discusses some common performance problems you may encounter when using JSF components, Seam components, and the EL. You'll learn about the set of best practices for eliminating them that led to an improvement of two orders of magnitude in the performance of his application.
Trinidad in Action - Part 1: An introduction
This is the first in a series of articles by Matthias Wessendorf about the Apache MyFaces Trinidad JSF component suite.
Pete Muir shines the spotlight on Seam 2.1
In this podcast JSFCentral editor-in-chief Kito D. Mann interviews Peter Muir about Seam 2.1, WebBeans and JSF 2. Peter is a core developer at JBoss and the project lead for Seam. This was recorded in October of 2008.
Designing JSF Applications - A Storyboard Approach - Part 1
Sometimes the best way to explain JSF to the business is through the design technique called Storyboarding. Steven Murray's new series of articles explains how you can use Storyboarding to discuss JSF in terms of screens, compartments, and components as well as state transitions and navigation paths. In this first article, Steven provides an overview of this techique, and explains key elements such as use cases, the User Interface model, Screens, Operations, and Compartments.
Introduction to Spring Faces Part 1
Spring Web Flow 2 introduced the Spring Faces module, which provides first-class integration support between JavaServer Faces (JSF) and Spring. This is the first article in David Grelle's series about Spring Faces. It explains both the JSF-centric and Spring-centric approaches to integrating the two frameworks.
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Enterprise Java Newscast - Episode 22 - Oct 2014
Posted on October 18, 2014 at 04:00 AM in Enterprise Java Newscasts.
In this episode, Kito, Ian, and Daniel discuss JavaOne, JSF, web frameworks, mobile development, Internet of Things, and new JBoss, Apache, PrimeFaces, Spring, MySQL, and Type...
Enterprise Java Newscast - Episode 21 - Aug 2014
Posted on September 07, 2014 at 02:00 AM in Enterprise Java Newscasts.
In this episode, Kito, Ian, and Daniel change up the format to involve more discussion. They discuss the new Java EE JSRs (JSF, JMS, Servlet, CDI, Java API for JSON Binding, e...
Enterprise Java Newscast - Episode 20 - May 2014
Posted on May 14, 2014 at 03:00 AM in Enterprise Java Newscasts.
In this episode, Kito, Ian, and Daniel discuss new releases from Spring, JBoss, ICEsoft, PrimeFaces, Apache, IBM, and TypeSafe. They also discuss build tools, the future of JS...
JSFCentral Episode 32: Shay Shmeltzer discusses Oracle's ADF Mobile and ADF Faces Rich Client
Posted on May 14, 2014 at 03:00 AM in JSFCentral Podcasts.
In this podcast, JSFCentral editor-in-chief Kito D. Mann talks with Shay Shmeltzer about Oracle's ADF Mobile, ADF Faces Rich Client, and Oracle's extensive use of JSF in its p...
Enterprise Java Newscast - Episode 19 - March 2014
Posted on March 28, 2014 at 04:00 AM in Enterprise Java Newscasts.
In this episode, Kito, Ian, and Daniel cover new releases from Spring, MyFaces, TypeSafe, JBoss, Oracle, and Apache. They also discuss the ThoughtWorks Technology Radar, the s...
Enterprise Java Newscast - Episode 18 - January 2014
Posted on February 02, 2014 at 07:00 PM in Enterprise Java Newscasts.
In this episode, Kito, Ian, and Daniel cover new releases from Spring, MyFaces, ICEsoft, JBoss, Oracle, and Apache. They also discuss responsive design, the Java EE 8 survey,...
Enterprise Java Newscast - Episode 17 - November 2013
Posted on December 09, 2013 at 07:00 AM in Enterprise Java Newscasts.
In this episode, Kito, Ian, and Daniel cover new releases from Spring, PrimeFaces, ICEsoft, JBoss, IBM, Oracle, Apache, and TypeSafe. They also discuss Oracle’s decision to dr...
JSFCentral Episode 31: Ed Burns, JSF Spec Lead, discusses JSF 2.2 and Java EE 7
Posted on October 07, 2013 at 07:00 AM in JSFCentral Podcasts.
In this podcast, JSFCentral editor-in-chief Kito D. Mann talks with Ed Burns, JSF Spec Lead, about JSF 2.2 and Java EE 7....
Arjan Tijms and Bauke Scholtz (BalusC) Talk about OmniFaces and Building zeef.com
Posted on September 12, 2013 at 07:00 AM in Interviews.
Arjan Tijms and Bauke Scholtz (BalusC) explain their motivation for creating the open source JSF utility library OmniFaces and discuss their latest project zeef.com....
Enterprise Java Newscast - Episode 16 - July 2013
Posted on July 15, 2013 at 07:01 AM in Enterprise Java Newscasts.
In this episode, Kito, Ian, and Daniel cover new releases from SpringSource, PrimeFaces, ICEsoft, JBoss, IBM, Oracle, an TypeSafe. They also try out recording the newscast usi...
Enterprise Java Newscast - Episode 15 - May 2013
Posted on July 15, 2013 at 07:00 AM in Enterprise Java Newscasts.
In this episode, Kito, Ian, and Daniel cover new releases from Apache, PrimeFaces, SpringSource, ICEsoft, JBoss, IBM, Oracle, Google, and more. They also discuss the new Googl...
Understanding JSF 2.0 Performance – Part 3
Posted on July 08, 2013 at 08:00 AM in Articles.
In this series of articles, Leonardo Uribe discusses JSF 2 and MyFaces Core performance, and its implications for web applications. Leonardo compares different aspects—speed,...
Understanding JSF 2.0 Performance – Part 1
Posted on May 28, 2013 at 08:00 AM in Articles.
In this series, Leonardo Uribe, Apache MyFaces committer, compares the performance of Oracle Mojarra, MyFaces, and Apache Wicket....
JSF 2.2 Final Draft Approved; Java EE 7 Coming Soon
Posted on April 25, 2013 at 08:00 AM in Blog Postings.
JavaServer Faces 2.2 (JSR 344) was officially approved on April 18th last week. The results were unanimous, with the exception of a couple of members whose voting rights were...
Enterprise Java Newscast - Episode 14 - April 2013
Posted on April 10, 2013 at 07:00 AM in Enterprise Java Newscasts.
In this episode, Kito, Ian, and Daniel cover new releases from Oracle, IBM, SpringSource, PrimeFaces, ICEfaces, Apache, JBoss, NetBeans, eXo Platform, and more. They also disc...
Why the New Oracle ADF Essentials is Important to JSF Developers
Posted on March 05, 2013 at 08:00 AM in Articles.
With a new free version of Oracle ADF, it might be time for JSF developers to take a look at what Oracle has to offer to create richer UIs and add reusability to their applica...
Death To FacesContext.getCurrentInstance()
Posted on March 05, 2013 at 08:00 AM in Articles.
In this article, JSF 2.0 Expert Group member Roger Keays highlights the pitfalls of using the static FacesContext.getCurrentInstance() locator method, and describes one workar...


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