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JBoss and Exadel: 8 Years of Working Together

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Exadel had de­vel­oped two well-re­garded prod­ucts in 2006. Exadel Studio was an Eclipse plug-in that con­verted Eclipse from just an in­te­grated de­vel­op­ment en­vi­ron­ment (IDE) to a pow­er­ful web app IDE. RichFaces was a JavaServer Faces (JSF) com­po­nent li­brary de­vel­oped by Exadel as part of its lead­er­ship role in JSF de­vel­op­ment at the time.

In March 2007, Exadel be­gan a part­ner­ship with Red Hat putting Exadel Studio and RichFaces into open source un­der JBoss. A key part of this part­ner­ship that con­tinues to this day (eight years later) is Red Hat con­tracting with Exadel for Exadel to pro­vide a de­vel­opment team to work on what is now known as JBoss Developer Studio.

Denis Golovin, in our California of­fice, has been the team lead on the Exadel side of the part­ner­ship for this whole time, so we thought we’d ask him a few ques­tions about it.

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Exadel People Publish New RichFaces Book

Max Katz

Ilya Shaikovsky

Two Exadel em­ploy­ees, Max Katz and Ilya Shaikovsky, got to see their book, Practical RichFaces (2nd Edition), pub­lished by Apress last week. This book is per­fect for any­one with a ba­sic knowl­edge of JavaServer Faces who wants to learn how to build AJAX-based ap­pli­ca­tions with RichFaces. The book cov­ers RichFaces 4, which is based on JSF 2. It doesn’t over­whelm you by doc­u­ment­ing every last lit­tle de­tail in RichFaces 4, but still cov­ers every­thing, so that de­vel­op­ers at all lev­els of ex­pe­ri­ence in RichFaces will get a lot out of this book. Read more »

Goodbye, Exadel Studio

The time has come to fi­nally pull the plug on our host­ing of legacy ver­sions of Exadel Studio. It’s been 3 years since we turned Exadel Studio over to Red Hat/​JBoss. Over that time, we have kept some legacy ver­sions avail­able for de­vel­op­ers who didn’t want to use the later ver­sions of Eclipse re­quired for the newer suc­ces­sors to Exadel Studio.

Exadel Studio show­ing split source/​visual edit­ing

So, what was Exadel Studio? Read more »

Webinar Coming Up: “AJAX Applications with JSF 2 and the New RichFaces 4”

RichFaces 4 will be of­fi­cially re­leased later this year. Right now, it’s in al­pha.

Want a pre­view of RichFaces be­fore it comes out? Then this we­bi­nar is for you. Read more »

Webinar Recordings

In the process of adding a link to our lat­est we­bi­nar on our we­bi­nars page, I no­ticed we’ve com­piled quite a list of we­bi­nars over the last year. At Exadel, we usu­ally treat a we­bi­nar as a part­ner­ing op­por­tu­nity, so each of these we­bi­nars is as­so­ci­ated with a par­tic­u­lar part­ner. Going back a year that list in­cludes: Read more »

Exadel @ JBoss World /​ Red Hat Summit 2009

Come see us in booth 211 [map] at the 2009 JBoss World /​ Red Hat Summit start­ing to­mor­row (9/​1). We’ll be show­cas­ing new de­vel­op­ments in our Flamingo and JavaFX Studio projects, but we will also be talk­ing about all of our pro­duct and ser­vice of­fer­ings. Also, Max Katz (along with Jay Balunas of JBoss) will be pre­sent­ing a con­fer­ence ses­sion on Thursday (5pm) ti­tled Building Rich Internet Applications with RichFaces. Finally, we’ll have some ex­tra printed DZone Refcardz for JBoss RichFaces avail­able at our booth. See you there!

Booth 211, Partner Pavilion, JBoss World Sept. 1–3, 2009