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The RichFaces team is proud to announce the release of 3.3.1.GA. There are several new components, lots of stabilization, and 1100+ jiras resolved. We also have a new photo album example to explore and build from.

New Components & Features

There several new component in 3.3.1. The most anticipated are the new layout components, and themes, but we also added a new <rich:colorPicker/> in the release as well.

Layout Components & Themes

  • <rich:page/> easily setup your page structure such as header, footer, content, and sidebar.
  • <rich:layout/> and <rich:layoutPanel/> nestable page layouts using Yahoo's UI CSS Grid under the hood to providing lots of flexibility.

We also added a new concept called themes which are predefined and packaged layouts that interact with the tags above. This makes it easy to experiment and adjust your layout in a similar way that skins make it easy to swap your look & feel. We also created maven archetypes and CDK goals to easily create your own themes.

For more information see the layout design wiki page, and RichFaces development guide.

Bug Fixes & Stabilization's

As I said over 1100 jira issues were resolved - the details can be found in the release notes.

Some of the more popular are:

  • JQuery script updated to 1.3.2 version
  • Maven Resource Dependency Plugin
  • Calendar lazy loading implemented RF-6884
  • Tree Adaptors configurable recursion order RF-6639
  • rich.isUserInRole() added for security integrations Acegi and etc..). RF-6551
  • Queue mechanism updated RF-5788
  • Modal Panel DOM reposition made configurable. RF-5588
  • limitToList server side optimizations RF-5838

We also extended and stabilized our selenium based automation suite which will ensure high quality and better environment coverage moving forward.

Photo Album Demo

The team also worked hard to get a full scale demo application ready. This is a separate download (see the links at the bottom), and contains best practices and example of RichFaces in action. It includes drag-n-drop, file upload, wysiwyg editor components and more. We will be hosting a version of it online soon, so keep an eye out on the project page, or watch the RichFaces Twitter account.

Future

The focus of the RichFaces team will be on RichFaces 4.0 which will be fully integrated with JSF 2.0 and also be redesigned for consistency, performance, and ease of use. All of our meetings and plans are open to all so please join us. See RichFaces Team Meeting wiki, and/or the RichFaces 4.0 Planning wiki pages for more information.

We will also be having a RichFaces 3.3.2 release sometime in the summer that will be strictly a bug fix release.

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7 comments:
 
19. May 2009, 06:26 CET | Link
Arbi Sookazian

unable to download currently.

is this the correct download link? http://www.jboss.org/jbossrichfaces/downloads/

thx.

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19. May 2009, 12:08 CET | Link

Oooo, really nice upgrades, especially jQuery and the YUI grid integration. Gonna see if I can sneak some time in with this at work...

19. May 2009, 15:42 CET | Link
Ronald van Kuijk | ronald(AT)jbpm.org

Has anyone got any figures on the average decrease in pageloading times when using te new Maven Resource Dependency Plugin?

 
19. May 2009, 15:43 CET | Link
Roy

Creat news!

Hint: The download links in the Files section are not working for me.

 
19. May 2009, 22:08 CET | Link
Jay Balunas
Download Page Working

Download Page Working

There was a problem with the jboss.org download site, but it is back up and running.

Thanks for your Patience

 
13. Jun 2009, 20:36 CET | Link
Ryan de Laplante

RichFaces is missing a usable radio button component like the one in IceFaces since JSF 2.0 still hasn't solved this problem. The radio button is useless unless you want to render all options in serial.

I'd also like to see an animated spinner component for when there is an AJAX request in progress, like IceFaces.

 
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