richfaces

Make A Custom RichFaces Skin

Using RichFaces in your application makes it easy to build great rich interfaces without spending a ton of time writing custom JavaScript for the front end and the back-end support for the JavaScript calls. It ties into your JSF components easily and makes dynamic interaction easy to build. It also comes with a […]

By |April 9th, 2009|Seam|1 Comment

RichFaces Refcardz from DZone

DZone has added a new, free, quick reference sheet (Refcardz) for RichFaces.

It’s a six page PDF that covers everything from how to install RichFaces, to the basic concepts of using RichFaces, all the way through information on each a4j and rich tag and example usage. Refcardz are free, […]

By |March 9th, 2009|General|0 Comments

RichFaces Modal Panels, s:graphicImage, and IE6

If, like me, you are using the Seam s:graphicImage tag to serve an image from within a RichFaces modal panel, you may have run into an issue where in IE6 the image does not get displayed, and you get the dreaded red X of failure. It works fine in all other browsers, including IE7, […]

By |April 13th, 2008|Seam|2 Comments

10MinuteMail Updates

I just pushed a new version of 10MinuteMail. Here are the notable updates:

  1. Removed the Ad-Aware links and text. No one was clicking on them anyhow.
  2. Added some translation fixes.
  3. Implemented AJAX based (RichFaces) refreshing of the list of e-mails in your inbox.
  4. Added smtp client throttling (in Postfix) to limit the number of messages accepted from […]
By |March 23rd, 2008|10MinuteMail, Seam|21 Comments

Apache Proxy Breaks RichFaces

I’ve run into this twice now, so I wanted to document it here to help other folks, and to see if anyone knows the root cause of the issue.

When using RichFaces with Seam, things work just fine on my local development JBoss instance. But when I deploy the same EAR file up to my […]

By |March 23rd, 2008|Seam|4 Comments