JSF Components – A Quick Example Using ICEFaces

Adrienne Gessler Java, Technology Snapshot 2 Comments

This is a continuation of my previous entry on component based java frameworks. In this post, I would like to give a couple of examples of the kinds of components that can be used to quickly bring up a user interface. I would like to first reiterate that what you choose is going to depend on your needs for a …



Spring/JSF Support For Multiple Browser Tabs

Keith Shakib Java, Problem Solving, Spring 2 Comments

PREFACE In January, I wrote a blog post about the need to partition HttpSession across multiple browser tabs or windows. In that blog, the client was using JSF 2.0, but not Spring. Now, nine months later, I find myself at a different client with the same problem, but with a different technology stack. They are using Spring 3.0.5 but are …



Component-Based Java Frameworks

Adrienne Gessler Java, Spring, Technology Snapshot 2 Comments

I have recently had the opportunity to work on an application utilizing ICEFaces ICE components and have been learning more about the product. This was the first time I have had the opportunity to look at some of the component-based libraries and to work with JSF. Originally, I thought I might give a little tutorial on how to use some …



A JSF Session Scope Custom Solution

Keith Shakib Consulting, Java, Problem Solving, Technology Snapshot 10 Comments

As a software consultant, I very rarely end up in a situation where I am asked to implement something new from scratch, and even rarer is the request to come in and enhance an existing piece of code that is well-designed and beautifully written. The request I received on my last project is much more the norm: “We have several …