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JBoss Developer Webinar Series: JSF 2 and Beyond with RichFaces!
This webinar will provide in-depth coverage of several new JSF 2.0 features. It will also ask of each: Is the current solution sufficient? Where is it lacking? We'll then review how RichFaces 4 is enhancing JSF to solve these issues by prototyping functionality for the future of JSF.More
This webinar will provide in-depth coverage of several new JSF 2.0 features. It will also ask of each : Is the current solution sufficient? Where is it lacking? We'll then review how RichFaces 4 is enhancing JSF to solve these issues by prototyping functionality for the future of JSF.
The JSF 2.0 specification (JSR-314) addresses a substantial number of long standing pain points that JSF users have just come to accept as a hard knock life. JSF 2.0 is a true contender amongst web frameworks. It is not the end of the story though, and thankfully the expert group has once again left the door open for projects like RichFaces to extent, prototype and improve the specification. RichFaces lead the industry with ajax support for JSF1.2, played a significant role in the development of JSF 2.0, and continues to lead and prototype the future of the JSF standard for the RIA ecosystem.
Whether you are a new JSF/RichFaces user who wants to find out more about the latest developments in the specification or an old hat with an issue or two on your mind, this session has something to offer you!Less
Date: August 4, 2010