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Java , Technology Snapshot 2 Comments This is a continuation of my previous entry on component based java frameworks. In this post, I would like to give a couple of examples of the kinds of components that can be used to quickly bring up a user interface. I would like to first reiterate that what you choose is going to depend on your needs for a particular project.
You will need to pick a JSF implementation to use. I recommend using STS for easier setup. You can select from several JSF implementations. Or you can download your desired implementation manually and setup the library as described in the document.
For this demo, I am using Apache MyFaces. The ICEsoft website states that ICE components are primarily geared towards legacy browser support, specialized applications and application migration. Examples This example application is far from complete. I am pulling partly from the freely available ICEFaces demo application as a base and creating parts of an admin console for a silly bingo game application.
The facelets template template. The template defines the header, body and divs. The index then defines the ui items using ui:define. The name attribute value must match that of a ui:insert tag in the target template for the named content to be included. I have created an underlying Game. MenuBarBean is where the tableData list is populated. In this example, I am using static content inserted into the dataTable upon initialization for simplicity.
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