How to Add a New Breakpoint in Bootstrap

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Bootstrap claims to be a “mobile first” framework. However, judging from the breakpoints, it’s a mobile-only layout framework. The largest breakpoint is 1200 pixels wide. Even my 15” MacBook has much more screen estate: its screen is 1440 pixels wide. Many desktop monitors have a width of 1920 pixels, and 4k monitors are gaining popularity […]

What’s New in BootsFaces 1.0?

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BootsFaces 1.0 has been released. Actually, we’ve already published the first bugfix release, BootsFaces 1.0.1. I was a bit shy to proudly announce the 1.0.0 version because we had so many obstacles to overcome. Apart from the usual obstacles like exhausting projects at work (and they were exhausting this time!), there were also the earthquakes […]

BootsFaces 0.6.0 Now Available on Maven Central

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Maven coordinates BootsFaces – the JSF framework that makes Bootstrap much more accessible to JSF programmers – is now available on Maven Central. To use it, add a dependency to your Maven pom.xml file: Gradle users activate BootsFaces by adding this line to their .gradle build file: Minified version and debug-friendly version The version I’ve […]