• Have you already tried JSF 2 with RichFaces 4?

    As Jay written in his M4 announce:   This is the time when open source projects like RichFaces really need the help of their communities. In order to get 4.0.0.Final stabilized and ready to go for everyone we nee...
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  • Are you using RichFaces standard controls skinning feature?

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  • Convenience of RichFaces Project Site

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  • Skin parameters lists in 4.0 documentation

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  • What the article you want to read first?

    We are going to write some articles that helps you to understand and  effectively use Ajax4jsf and RichFaces. At least six articles are in the pool. What the information is most desirable? You can vote what artic...
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  • Do you think that we need one more browser for Windows

    Apparently Apple decides to release Windows version of there Safari browser. Hard to say ether this will do any good for industry, but definitely it will add more headache for developers, now we need to think about co...
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  • What version of JDK are you using?

    Recently we discover that we actually drop the support for JDK 1.4. We use compiler for 1.5 and some of CDK peaces  actually depends on it. However, we see many questions about 1.4. The last thing that we want ...
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  • Which direction sounds preferable for you

    RichFaces 3.2.0 was a huge step ahead. Dozen new components and feature from the top of the feature list were implemented. We dropped support for JSF 1.1 and started to use JSF features available only in JSF 1.2. Afte...
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