JSF 2.2 and PrimeFaces 5 on Spring Boot

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Recently I reported about Spring Boot (see Application Servers are dead! (Sort of)), an interesting approach to embed your application server into your application instead doing it the other way round. However, Spring Boot is a fairly new technology, so the documentation is still work in progress. Most of the documentation is great, but there […]

PrimeFaces Selector Framework: Use jQuery in JSF Expressions

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These days I re-discovered a really cool PrimeFaces feature. It’s one of those features that raise JSF to another level. I’m talking about the PrimeFaces Selector API which allows you to use arbitrary jQuery expression instead of ideas. For instance, this feature comes in handy with BabbageFaces, my JSF plugin that allows and even encourages […]