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From "Adam Winer" <awi...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Re: ADF Faces Rich Client components coming to Trinidad?
Date Tue, 27 Jun 2006 22:24:33 GMT
We're still working internally on the when and how to get that
stuff (which is my day job) moved over.  My focus in open
source land is getting Trinidad out of the incubator - one
promise at a time! ;)

-- Adam



On 6/27/06, Cosma Colanicchia <cosmacol@gmail.com> wrote:
> 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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