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ken.fyten

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A new ICEfaces 1.8 integration for Eclipse 3.5 (Galileo) is now available!

The integration is comprised of three Eclipse feature plugins:
  • ICEfaces Eclipse Tools - Core
  • ICEfaces facelets Eclipse tooling
  • JSF Facelets Tools Incubator

This integration provides the following features:
  • Installs ICEfaces, ICEfaces Facelets, and JSF Facelets Tools Incubator
  • Accesses a new ICEfaces Eclipse update site hosted on www.icefaces.org to provide a list of available ICEfaces runtime libraries for use with the integration. Currently, ICEfaces 1.8.1 runtimes are available. Future ICEfaces runtime library releases (1.8.2, etc.) can be directly accessed via this tool integration without requiring uninstalling and re-installing the Eclipse integration itself.
  • Adds ICEfaces, ICEfaces Facelets, and dependent libraries to JSF projects
  • Configures project web.xml and faces-config.xml files for ICEfaces
  • Provides ICEfaces/Facelets friendly JSP/JSPX page templates
  • Adds ICEfaces components to the Eclipse Visual JSF Page Designer (part of JSF-JSP Editor)
  • Visual editing of JSF pages; Drag & drop components onto page, edit properties via properties editor, etc.

The plugin bundles are available now on the www.icefaces.org download page.

Please read the included Readme.pdf document prior to using the integration.


Ken Fyten
VP Product Development
ICEsoft Technologies, Inc.
ken.fyten

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The ICEfaces integration for Eclipse 3.5 has been revised and is now available for download.

The new bundle filename is "ICEfaces-1.8-Eclipse-3.5.0-plugins-v3.6.1.zip" .

Changes In This Release
  • Fixed design time rendering issue with PanelLayout.M

  • Updated JSF Facelets support to v0.2.



Ken Fyten
VP Product Development
ICEsoft Technologies, Inc.
 
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