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From Matthias Wessendorf <mwessend...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [ANNOUNCE] New "In the Trenches" Article
Date Fri, 15 Apr 2005 14:38:44 GMT
Cool series!

-MW-


On 4/15/05, Kito D. Mann <kmann@virtua.com> wrote:
> In the Trenches is a new JSF Central series about real world projects that
> use JavaServer Faces. The latest article looks at how Prisma, an Austrian
> credit insurance cmmpany, rewrote their customer support system's front-end
> with JSF. The system was written by MyFaces committers Thomas Spiegl and
> Martin Marinscheck.
> 
> Excerpt:
> 
> During approximately five months of part-time work on the project,
> Marinschek and Spiegl, as well as one developer at Prisma, built
> Prisma.Net. Prisma.Net serves as a hub for about 2,000 clients, managing
> their accounts and allowing them to track payments and claims, examine
> contractual terms, and perform other account management duties.
> 
> In addition to standard JSF components, the team also used several custom
> MyFaces components, such as the DataScroller and Navigation components.
> They also developed several of their own custom components, including a
> Popup component and a menu component based on the popular JSCookMenu
> JavaScript library. Their custom components, in addition to enhanced error
> reporting for the standard UIData component, have made their way into the
> MyFaces code base of version 1.09, which was released on April 11th, 2005.
> 
> For the full story, see: http://www.jsfcentral.com/trenches/trenches_3.html.
> 
> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> Kito D. Mann
> Author, JavaServer Faces in Action
> http://www.JSFCentral.com - JSF FAQ, news, and info
> 
> Are you using JSF in a project? Send an e-mail to trenches@jsfcentral.com
> and you could win a free copy of JavaServer Faces in Action!
> 
> 


-- 
Matthias Wessendorf

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