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Source code available now!

by Matt Pickell for JavaPureFaces, ajax, richfaces

We have now put the source code and a small demonstration application (template application) for Java Pure Faces!
Please give us feedback or let us know if you have any questions!
Get it here!

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Do you have a choice?

by Ariel Raz for JavaPureFaces

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Ajax in Java Pure Faces using RichFaces

by Matt Pickell for JavaPureFaces, ajax, richfaces

We have been busy transitioning Java Pure Faces to begin using Ajax! This included integrating RichFaces into the framework, and with that there were many details that we needed to work out.  But… Ajax is here!
One major issue we needed to overcome was that with RichFaces does not support dynamically replacing components in the [...]

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A look at Seam and Java Pure Faces

by Matt Pickell for JavaPureFaces

A recent comment on this blog asked if Java PureFaces was different than Seam. Being unfamiliar with Seam, I needed to research it and do some reading. My quick review of Seam only skimmed the surface. What I found is that Seam and Java PureFaces are indeed very different, but that there [...]

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Object-oriented API

by Matt Pickell for JavaPureFaces

Object-Oriented API
For the next topic on Java PureFaces, I want to talk about how Java PureFaces promotes object-oriented programming.
The PureComponent Interface
All Java PureFaces components implement a single interface, PureComponent, that enable them to be used in the framework. This means that, unlike some other frameworks, you do not have to extend a framework-specific object in [...]

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The magic behind Java Pure Faces

by Matt Pickell for JavaPureFaces

In this and the next post, I’m going to talk about the object oriented advantages of Java Pure Faces. Here I’ll describe how we detached the need for a backing bean so that any object or method can be bound to the page.
A quick review: Typically, JSP pages are coupled with a backing [...]

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Java PureFaces – Clean & Simple HTML Output

by Matt Pickell for JavaPureFaces

Here is a post to show in more depth the clean & simple HTML that Java PureFaces creates. It takes you through from the single JSP page to the nice and clean HTML output. Check it out and let us know what you think!

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Demo Java PureFaces

by Matt Pickell for JavaPureFaces

We’ve created a demo application like the JSF Guessing Number Game. Read More!

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Introducing Java PureFaces!

by Matt Pickell for JavaPureFaces

B6 Systems has created a new framework for Java developers! We call it Java PureFaces. Java PureFaces is built on the very popular JSF framework, but allows the web tier to be designed completely in Java — no massive library of JSP/JSF pages or configuration files necessary.

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