We're using RichFaces and JSF 1.2 for our mobile browser application which runs on Win CE/Mobile with IE mobile.
I'm very interested in experiences of other Rich Faces users using Rich Faces for a mobile application!
We have tried IceFaces for applicaion but some how thats not working with our other application in ReachFaces .So we have desided to use ReachFaces for mobile application. In our TestApp a4j:commandButton is not working ,have you tried a4j tags in your application.have you tried any other way for ajax request.
We tested our application on IE we are using windows mobile 6 professitional . In our application a4j:commandButton is not working on IE. The code
<h:panelGrid id="addUserControlBtnsPanelGridId" columns="3" align="center"
<h:outputText value="" />
<a4j:commandButton id="verifyId" value="verify"
<a4j:commandButton id="addUserCloseBtnId" value="close"
Are you using same code that works ?
We tested our app on Opera 10 beta 2 where button works but the rendering of table was messed .which version of windows mobile your using?
Ok, I remember that we also faced problems with Windows Mobile 6. IE mobile has changed IE mobile from Windows CE (4.2&5) to Windows Mobile 6. Our projects run on Windows CE and your code also works on IE mobile for CE. If you have a Windows Mobile device, could you please check if Fennec is working? This would be very interesting for me, too. The latest version can be found here: http://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/firefox/nightly/latest-mobile-1.9.2/ (should be http://ftp.mozilla.org/pub/mozilla.org/firefox/nightly/latest-mobile-1.9.2/fennec-1.0a4pre.en-US.wince-arm.exe).
I have a Windows Mobile 6.1 device now and tested our RichFaces application with IE mobile. Looks like Microsoft has updated the browser from 6.0 to 6.1 as it works with 6.1!
I also checked the latest Mozilla Fennec build. It does not run on this device. But I was able to build a simple XUL application using the XULRunner (https://developer.mozilla.org/en/XULRunner) included in Fennec. Our application works there, too. The cool thing with XUL is, that you can build a browser without address bar, buttons (like "back").
The application performance is not the best for both browsers ...