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Category Archives: Java Web Frameworks
With the initial milestone release for Mojarra (JSF reference implementation) that has been released in early 2015 we can take look at the first version of the new JSF specification (JSR-372). Besides bugfixes and improvements, the release notes show some … Continue reading
With a new official add-on in the Vaadin directory, the Vaadin web application framework is taken to a new level: the Vaadin Spreadsheet add-on lets you load Microsoft Excel files in a Vaadin Spreadsheet component to be displayed and edited … Continue reading
With version 7.4 Vaadin have released the next minor update of their web framework. This release introduces two very powerful new features: a brand new table component named Grid and declarative layouts.
With class com.vaadin.ui.ComboBox the Vaadin Toolkit provides a drop-down selection component that allows you to select an item from a set of values by offering a list of suggestions based on your current input. This works out of the box … Continue reading
In a recent project, we experienced the phenomenon that the GWT application was broken when started in Internet Explorer 11 embedded in a specific rich client application. It turned out that the user agent string sent by the browser was … Continue reading
Die Liste mit den Neuerungen ist beachtlich, hier die kurze Übersicht: neues SuperDevMode + inkrementelles Kompilieren CSS3 und Closure Stylesheets JS Interop annotations Final Felder in GWT RPC viele Fehlerbehebungen + Performanceverbesserungen Endlich ist es raus, das 2.7er Release. Gerade … Continue reading