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.
Max Katz, Exadel, will be presenting on "AJAX Applications with JSF 2 and the New RichFaces 4" as part of a series of joint Exadel/Red Hat webinars. Save this date/time on your schedule:
September 8, 2010
11am-Noon Pacific Time
Here's a current draft abstract for the event:
RichFaces is a JSF framework with AJAX components (over 100), skins, themes, and a component development kit. Although JSF 2 now offers basic AJAX functionality (which was, in fact, greatly inspired by RichFaces), a broader rich component library is still needed to build most real-world JSF AJAX applications. This webinar will first 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, flexibility. Whether you are new to using JSF for developing AJAX applications or you can already show your JSF battle scars, this webinar has something to offer you.
Once we get a registration link for the webinar, we'll post it.
For More Info
- Exadel and RichFaces
- Recent Exadel Webinar Recordings
- JavaServer Faces Technology
- RichFaces Project Page - JBoss Community
- RichFaces 4.0 Planning
- JavaServer Faces Resource Site
[UPDATED 7/9/2010] The release date was mistakenly stated to be during JavaOne in the original post. JBoss hasn't made that commitment for releasing RichFaces 4.