Extending PrimeFaces: AJAX

This is the last of a series of posts (Extending PrimeFaces components is the first one, here the second one) with the purpose of explaining how to use PrimeFaces as an API to create new JSF components. Our main focus in this article is to add AJAX listeners to our components. The component that we are going … Read more

Extending PrimeFaces components

  The purpose of this post is to show how we can use PrimeFaces base classes to create new custom components. In a nutshell we will see how to extend PrimeFaces. We will do that by developing a simplified version of the PrimeFaces Extensions Analogclock. Let’s start with the component class: @FacesComponent(value = AnalogClock.COMPONENT_TYPE) @ResourceDependencies({ … Read more

HelloWorld Primefaces

This tutorial shows how to get started quickly with Primefaces with a basic Hello World example that will be deployed on WildFly application server.  This tutorial is broken in two parts: the first one is an hello world example of Primefaces developed using Eclipse and downloading the library manually. The second helloworld example is engineered … Read more

Develop mobile Java EE applications using Primefaces

In this tutorial we will learn how to develop a simple Web application for Mobile devices using PrimeFaces mobile extension as JSF API. Today mobile Web traffic is dramatically on the rise, and creating a smooth mobile experience is at the top for every Web master. In spite of slow networks, mobile users expect a … Read more

Primefaces cookbook review

It is with great pleasure that I’m going to review the Prime Faces Cookbook available at Packt bookstore. Chapter 1 will give you an headstart of PrimeFaces, providing the details on the setup and configuration of PrimeFaces along with the basics of the PrimeFaces AJAX.  Chapter 2 introduces the PrimeFaces themes and the concepts involved. … Read more

PrimeFaces tutorial

Do you need to get started quickly with a light, easy to integrate, rich JSF library ? then PrimeFaces might be what you are looking for! Today there are several JSF libraries available for your Java EE applications (Richfaces, IceFaces). There is no clear winner as every library excel on some points while it can … Read more