• rich CSS classes naming convention

    One of the points we agreed during f-2-f skinning discussion in 4.x was to use shortened names for our rich classes as this could reduce HTML page code and increase performance espesially for cases with Iteration comp...
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  • CDK Wish-List

    The list of ideas for improving CDK:   (The forum thread to discuss such improvements: https://community.jboss.org/message/727478#727478)     Bug fixes  c:foreach in a cast component will result ...
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  • RichFaces 4 Component Development Process

    Introduction Migrating Components From RichFaces 3.3.X Getting Started Before You Begin Play with the CDK Creating Your Sandbox Component Considerations during development Introduction So y...
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  • RichFaces docs.jboss.org/richfaces Structure

    This page describes the layout of the http://docs.jboss.org/richfaces/ directory structure, and how items should be arranged when uploaded.  This location is available for directory browsing, and is useful for de...
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  • RichFaces Client-Side Code: Base component classes usage

    RichFaces Client-Side Code: Base component classes usageTable of Contents RichFaces Client-Side Code: Base component classes usage Table of Contents Overview RichFaces.BaseComponent description RichFac...
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  • How To Create ClientBehavior

    ** Note this article is a work in progress -- feel free to add to it should you find any information to be missing ** How to Create Client Behavior ClientBehavior is responsible for attaching arbitrary client-side fun...
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  • rich:hotKey - preventDefault - known limitations

    The preventDefault attribute of rich:hotKey has known limitation: it can't prevent native browser actions for selected key-strokes.   Using there key-strokes can cause opening browser menus, popups, etc.   ...
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  • How to build RichFaces 4.0 Documentation

    Documentation in productionOverview The RichFaces 4.x documentation can be checked out from the Git repository athttps://github.com/richfaces/docs/   The documentation can be built using either Publican (preferr...
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  • Introduction to RichFaces Pre-Processed Resource Dependencies

    Introduction Using generated resources Using resources generated in build of RichFaces Components Generating customized set of resources Goals of the RichFaces CDK: Resources Maven Plugin Introduc...
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  • RichFaces 4.1.0 Release Center

    Note: Future version releases will be tracked via the jira release roadmap.  This document will contain links, dates, and information related to the RichFaces 4.1.0 release. Goals The primary goal of RichFaces 4...
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  • Workaround for LOAD_NONE resource loading strategy in RichFaces 4.1

    Introduction  The resource loading strategy in RichFaces 4 is different from that in RichFaces 3 -- see the developper guide for details. In the RichFaces 4 implementation, no built-in LOAD_NONE strategy has ye...
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  • RichFaces 4.1 - Supported versions of JSF API and Implementation

    RichFaces supports several versions of JSF implementations coupled with specific JSF API.   On the application servers, you need only API in compile time, while on servlet containers, implementation (and API in...
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  • RF4 Editor

    Attributes 4.1.0.M1 standard UIInput attributes (see faces-config.xml) rendered, binding, immediate, required, validator, valueChangeListener, converter, value, style, styleClass toolbar = { basic, full, <custom...
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  • Maven Getting Started - RichFaces

    There are two great community pages full of useful information on how to onfigure maven to build JBoss project: Maven Getting Started - Users Maven Getting Started - Developers   Presented here is a summary of...
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  • RichFaces 4.0 Release Center

    RichFaces 4.0.0.Final has been released See the release announcement for details   This article is a launching point for information and details regarding the release.  This is going to include high level...
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  • RichFaces 4.0 CDK architecture

    Preface Writing JSF modules is pretty cumbersome job, with continuous repeating of the similar code: attributes accestors ( with state management ), ResponseWriter calls for html code generation, processing attributes...
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  • RichFaces CDK project

    Maven project As of the 4.0.0.Final release the RichFaces CDK integrates only with the Maven build tool - the main build system for RichFaces. Prerequirements JDK 1.6. You can compile components to use JRE 1.5, but t...
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  • How To Create JSF Renderer

    JSF Renderer A JSF Renderer is responsible for two functions, rendering component as HTML markup and processing request attributes. While processing attributes in the code is usually simple, generating markup in the J...
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  • How To Create JSF Component

    How To Create JSF Component A JSF component is a pretty complicated beast. In the worst case, you have to: create a UIComponent class, consisting of a lot of attributes with special getter's and setters that interact...
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  • Running RichFaces 4.x on JBoss AS7

    TweetStream These are the "quick steps" concerning HornetQ/JMS/Atmosphere to get this app running.   Edit web.xml and change PushFilter to: {code:xml} <filter-mapping>      &#...
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