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I just sent the following letter to the OpenJDK community “discuss” mailing list: Hi OpenJDK community! As announced at JavaOne we (Oracle) would love to contribute JavaFX into OpenJDK as a new project called “JFX”. For some who have been following along, we’ve talked about this for a long time but finally (finally!) we’re ready to act on it and open source the platform.
Today I released Swing On Steroïds 1.2 under the Apache Licence 2.0. Swing On Steroïds is a micro-framework bringing awesomness to Swing development with Supervising Presenters and Passive Views (aka. MVP ), a MessageBus and optionaly Guice or Qi4j . It’s largely inspired by the work of Ray Ryan at Google on the GWT Wave client and his presentation at Google IO 2009 titled Best Practices for Architecting GWT App . I’d say that watching this video is the first step to understanding Swing On Steroids.
Notice This article is targeted on JSF 1.2. For JSF 2.0, using datatables can be approached much more elegantly with help of a @ViewScoped managed bean. Please checkout this article which contains two basic CRUD examples, one for JSF 2.0 on Servlet 2.5 and other for JSF 2.0 on Servlet 3.0 which supports passing method arguments in EL 2.2. Introduction This whole JSF datatable howto is based on the use of a backing bean with the request scope.