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From "Gerald Müllan" <>
Subject Re: MyFaces and Ajax
Date Wed, 20 Sep 2006 17:47:05 GMT
Such an ajax framework is not that much burden. It can help you a lot
in some cases and it`s for free. So why writing stuff on your own
which is unnecessary?

You should first balance out what you need an then figure out what you
wanna use. Luckily
you can easy integrate jsf afterwards with such a framework without
much changes.

There are not that much (free) jsf-ajax components on the market, so
you may be forced to build some on your own in case of your usecases.



On 9/20/06, Aneesha Govil <> wrote:
> On 9/20/06, Gerald Müllan <> wrote:
> > Updating some parts of the page through ajax is very easy with the
> > help of such a framework (in the meantime this is also possible with
> > sandbox ppr, but its only incubation status). Also some other basic
> > ajax stuff. But if you need some more special usecases, these
> > frameworks will not fit your needs.
> >
> > In this case you have to take some of the myfaces components or write
> > them on your own.
> >
> > Accomplishing such stuff without any help is not really suggested :)
> Thanks for replying. I am the only one working on this project and don't
> have much experience on these technologies. For some reason, they don't want
> to use a framework. I think I somehow need to get it across that it is
> required. Or maybe not? I need sort of lazy loading, editable tables on the
> front-end using Ajax and JSF. But it would help to have Ajax components
> already built for input fields etc.
> Am I making any sense?
> Thanks,
> Aneesha


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