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From "Cosma Colanicchia" <cosma...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: ADF Faces Rich Client components coming to Trinidad?
Date Tue, 27 Jun 2006 22:07:00 GMT
That would be very very nice, a rich table is a requirement for new
projects these days..

Cosma

2006/6/27, Rogers Reilly <rogers_reilly@s-rod.com>:
> Hi all,
>
> I came across the following blog entry about upcoming AJAXified
> components possibly coming to Trinidad:
> http://technology.amis.nl/blog/?p=1242  Sounds like they've got some
> very cool components (there's a video link there, too, which looks
> sharp), including Drop 'n' Drag and an extensible JS architecture.
>
> My question is (a) can anyone from Oracle confirm/comment on this list?,
> and (b) if these components are coming in, how do they fit with other
> AJAX efforts in MyFaces?  We've already got people integrating Dojo
> widgets in the regular MyFaces trunk, somebody working on improving PPR
> to use XMLHTTPRequestObject for an SoC project (which it sounds like
> these new components may have already done), and various other efforts
> like Avatar/JSF 1.2.  That's an awful lot of JS floating around with
> ostensibly similar goals.
>
> Of course I'm not about to complain about all the OS options upcoming
> for rich client development, but I would like to get a sense for the
> landscape.  Right now, I find myself wrapping a lot of the Yahoo UI Ajax
> stuff in Facelets tags (used to use Dojo, but YUI is dead simple,
> well-documented, and anything so complicated I'd need Dojo for, I prefer
> to handle with Trinidad PPR on the server), but have thought about
> wrapping them instead as more formal JMaki components.  Trying to decide
> if it's worth the effort--Facelets + YUI is really a breeze--if stuff
> like Drag 'n' Drop is right around the corner anyway from Oracle.
>
> Thanks in advance for any answers.
> -Rogers
>

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