RichFaces 4 has just been released! Who better to turn to for understanding this new version than Exadel, the original inventor of RichFaces and the #1 go-to source for RichFaces know-how. To meet the need for information, Exadel is hosting a 3-part series of webinars presented by Max Katz so that you can learn everything you need in order to start using the new RichFaces 4. Individual webinars cover an introduction to RichFaces 4, migration from RichFaces 3 to RichFaces 4, and the newer and more advanced features in RichFaces 4.
|RichFaces 4 — Everything You Need to Know||April 20, 2011 (11am Pacific Time)||Register now!|
|RichFaces 3 to RichFaces 4 — A Class in Moving Up||May 11, 2011 (11am Pacific Time)||Register now!|
|RichFaces 4 — New and Advanced Features||June 15, 2011 (11am Pacific Time)||Register now!|
Max Katz is a senior systems engineer at Exadel. He has worked intensively with RichFaces from its beginning — as a developer, trainer, book author, and speaker. Stay tuned to his blog for any extra news about these webinars.
Webinar 1: RichFaces 4 — Everything You Need to Know
This webinar will briefly cover JSF 2 AJAX features and then the extra value the new RichFaces 4 adds on top of JSF 2 through its advanced features, tags, customization, and flexibility. We will cover a4j:* and rich:* tag libraries, advanced rendering options, AJAX client queue, partial table updates, client-side validation, skins, and more. This is a great webinar for anyone who wants to learn what RichFaces 4 offers.
Webinar 2: RichFaces 3 to RichFaces 4 — A Class in Moving Up
In this second webinar, we will cover everything you need to know in order to upgrade your application from RichFaces version 3 to RichFaces version 4. We will offer tips, advice, and a migration path for your application.
Webinar 3: RichFaces 4 — New and Advanced Features
RichFaces is a JSF framework offering over 100 rich components, skins, client-side validation, and a component development kit (CDK). Even though JSF 2 now offers basic AJAX functionality, a broader framework like RichFaces is still required to build real-world JSF AJAX applications.