3 Replies Latest reply on Nov 19, 2006 8:19 AM by Joseph Nusairat

    Seam Usage

    ying lcs Newbie

      I often read seam is the 'glue' between jsf and hibernate.
      I wonder does Seam allow me to use GWT instead of jsf?



        • 1. Re: Seam Usage
          Gavin King Master

          No. In theory seam could support other view tiers than JSF, but GWT is not one that would make a lot of sense.

          • 2. Re: Seam Usage
            ying lcs Newbie

            Thanks. Can you please advice what is the best way to develop a AJAX application using SEAM?

            jsf with ajax4jsf?
            jsf with icefaces?
            jsf with rcfaces?
            any others?

            • 3. Re: Seam Usage
              Joseph Nusairat Newbie

               

              "yinglcs@gmail.com" wrote:
              Thanks. Can you please advice what is the best way to develop a AJAX application using SEAM?

              jsf with ajax4jsf?
              jsf with icefaces?
              jsf with rcfaces?
              any others?


              jsf with ajax4jsf seems to work well with it.

              You can even do some nice javascript validation with it.

              Not to mention seam has remoting -
              http://docs.jboss.com/seam/1.1BETA2/reference/en/html/remoting.html#d0e5584

              that is an extremly easy way of doing it, unless you are wanting to do partial page updates.