GMaps4JSF in the JSF 2.0 Ajax world
Sep 06, 2009, 19:03 (0 Talkback[s])
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"You can also easily attach different components
(markers, information texts, controls, ground overlays, polygons,
polylines) to the map. GMaps4JSF also allows attaching different
server-side and client-side events to components without writing
client-side event handlers.
"Ajax is a primary technology in any modern Web application.
Although Ajax was not introducted in the earlier versions of
JavaServer Faces, it was provided by many JSF component libraries
like Apache MyFaces Trinidad, JBoss RichFaces, ICEFaces, and
others. Now the good news is that Ajax is supported natively in JSF
"In this article, I explain how to configure GMaps4JSF inside
your JSF 2.0 application and give a brief introduction to JSF 2.0
Ajax. Finally, I'll illustrate a simple mashup application that
uses both GMaps4JSF and JSF 2.0 Ajax."
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