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AJAXWorld Report: How To Integrate MyFaces Trinidad

Apache MyFaces Trinidad and how to integrate it with some other open source projects

Matthias Wessendorf's Blog

Last week I was attending the AJAXWorld East conference to speak about Apache MyFaces Trinidad and how to integrate it with some other open source projects, such as Facelets, Dojo or Yahoo! UI. I think the talk went very well and I uploaded the slides today. The demo is not downloadable (yet), but you can get the source (via SVN).

Simply do a checkout of my Facesgoodies project and you’ll get everything that I was demonstrating in NYC.

Have fun!


AJAXWorld 2008 West Call for Papers Is Open!

Submissions deadline: May 31, 2008

October's AJAXWorld Conference is already receiving higher-caliber submissions from all over the Rich Internet Applications, User eXperience & UI ecosphere.

The theme of this October's AJAXWorld Conference & Expo 2008 West is 'Beyond AJAX to the RIA Era' and the Call for Papers, which is now open, specifically encourages submissions from exceptional speakers with high-quality use cases of the fast-emerging RIA alternatives.

Submissions featuring such use cases as well as on dozens of other RIA topics have already begun streaming in to AJAXWorld Conference & Expo 2008 West, being held in San Jose, CA, on October 20-22, 2008.

Click here to submit your speaking proposal today !


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Matthias Wessendorf is a software developer at Oracle. He currently works on ADF Faces, which is an AJAX-based JSF component suite.
Matthias also contributes to the OpenSource community, mainly Apache MyFaces and Apache Trinidad. Before joining Oracle, he worked as a CMS-Developer at Pironet NDH, where he was building a next-generation CMS, using UI technologies like XUL and AJAX.

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