PrimeFaces is an open source component suite for Java Server Faces featuring 90+ rich set of JSF components. Additional TouchFaces module features a UI kit for developing mobile web applications.
* 90+ rich set of components (HtmlEditor, Dialog, AutoComplete, Charts and many more).
* Built-in Ajax with Lightweight Partial Page Rendering.
* Native Ajax Push/Comet support.
* Mobile UI kit to create mobile web applications for handheld devices with webkit based browsers.(IPhone, Palm, Android Phones, Nokia S60 and more)
* Compatible and Lightweight.
* Skinning Framework with 25+ pre-designed themes.
* Extensive documentation. ·
All tags have full AJAX support. With dojo it's good practice to reduce roundtrips and use AJAX whereever possible to avoid time consuming page startups. Here's the link to our examples page to demonstrate the features. ·
Welcome to JaValid
JaValid is an open source framework for validating your Java business objects. JaValid is licensed under the Eclipse Public License 1.0. JaValid 1.2 is the latest release.
JaValid is an annotation-based validation framework, which allows you to annotate your Java objects to introduce validation. JaValid can be used in any type of Java application (standalone application, web application etc). The framework currently provides full integration with the Spring Framework, Java Server Faces, Facelets, and any database. The framework can be extended easily, by means of extensions, and also allows you to add your own validation constraints in addition to the ones shipping with the framework.
The framework is documented well (both the source and the general documentation), so check it out. To learn more, have a look on the documentation page.
The source and distributions are hosted on sourceforge, go to the downloads directly here. You may also want to check out the weblog, which contains some useful information, including several examples.
Have fun using JaValid! ·
We provide a AJAX JSF solution, that combines ease of use, stability and performance. Our AJAX solution supports lots of environments: It works inside JSF datatables, together with JSF 1.1 as well as 1.2, with Facelets and even with JSR168 Portlets! We provide true PPR (partial page rendering) and PPS (partial page submit) which means that the rendering process is only executed for the components that are being rerendered and only the fields needed for the request are submitted and processed. ·
The WaveMaker platform consists of two components: WaveMaker Visual Ajax Studio™ for developing rich internet applications and WaveMaker Rapid Deployment Server™ for deploying applications into a standard and secure Java environment. ·
Java PureFaces is a layer on top of JSF that simplifies implementation. The article here is the aggregate of the blog posts that I have written on our blog. The framework is not yet made public, and we are looking to see if there is interest in us releasing it as an open-source project. We are not a JSF framework company; we develop web applications. This framework is a result of our experience with the tools with which we were already working. ·
Simple, effective, bookmark, JSF
PrettyFaces is an OpenSource JSF extension which enables creation of bookmark-able, pretty URLs made easy. Our goal was to solve this problem as simply as possible, while still enabling a useful set of functions such as: page-load actions, integration with faces navigation, dynamic view-id assignment, and managed parameter parsing. All of this without introducing unnecessary coupling. ·
For application development we use spring and hibernate. For rapid application development there are many pitfalls around. Our mission is to provide a framework that handles all default settings and allows us to quickly start with the development tasks our customers are interested in. So the framework tries to support you by:
* Providing a maven based development environment which uses a proven dependency configuration for fast composition of a working base setup.
* Several utilities were needed during application development extending functions from other utility libraries, e.g. Apache commons.
* Providing a module concept for easy setup and extension of a base application
* Providing reusable and extendable components for common tasks such as application setup, user management, security, history and reporting.
* Providing a base UI implementation based on JSF/MyFaces/MyFaces Trinidad
Where to start
For starting have a look at the quick start tutorial. Within this tutorial a small database application is developed using the most important features provided by the framework. ·
This web-based tool is based on plain JSF. It aims to provide support for all features of JCR-Repository including optional features like versioning.
The specification for JCR 1.0 can be found here , the work in progress for 2.0 can be found here: here .
For development the implementation Apache Jackrabbit is used, which can be found here: here . ·
[fleXive] is a JavaEE 5 open source (LGPL 2.1 or higher) framework for the development of complex and evolving (web-)applications. It speeds up development by easing many tedious and repetitive programming tasks and helping to keep your application(s) flexible during the development-cycle and in production.
Based on the latest industry-standards like EJB 3, JSF, etc. [fleXive] should be your choice for building up your own new application. ·