I am pleased to announce the final release of PrimeFaces 3.4. Over the previous RC1 release, there are 11 logged improvements. For the detailed list of changes from 3.3 to 3.4, please see 3.4.RC1 announcement.
I have created a sub-project in PrimeFaces Extensions for everybody who would not like to confront with adding multiply theme JAR files and only needs one bundled JAR with all PrimeFaces themes. One JAR file would also reduce the scanning time during startup (JSF, CDI, ... look for marker XML files) in comparison to 35+ separate files.
I was working on an example table to demonstrate some of the PrimeFaces data table capabilities. I think I may use it as an interview problem: "Create an advanced table with the layout seen in this picture using JPA".
The video shows the creation of both an HTML and a Mobile process form all using the In-Line Process and Task Form editing ability in jBPM Designer. These features allow you not to be tied to a particular set of form elements and web technologies which you are allowed to use, but give you the ability to decide how your forms should be defined and coded.
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