Forces of Change: JDK 8, JavaFX, and the future of ICEpdf
When ICEpdf 1.0 was release in 2005 it supported JDK 1.3 and was as single jar weighing in at a mere 260 KB. At the time, we were wrestling with a move to JDK 1.4 to take advantage of the new collections, IO, imaging and print APIs which had the potential to significantly improve the product. Dropping API support for a JDK version is a big deal. On one hand the move might attract new customers ... read more
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Using ICEpdf with JavaFX
Any developer in the Swing/AWT space has surely taken notice of JavaFX at some point over the last nine years. I was lucky enough to be at JavaOne in May of 2007 and saw the keynote where JavaFX was first announced. The presenter was dragging applications out the browser onto the desktop. The audience was shown all these little CSS file snippets and introduced to a newfangled scripting language ... read more
ICEpdf: Working with Digital Signatures
ICEpdf 6.1.0 introduced support for validating a document’s digital signatures. Validation of a signature is, however, not always as simple as it might seem on the surface, since the very idea of what “validation” means can vary by use case.
A digital signature’s first job is to ensure that a d ... read more
Using Client Validators with ICEfaces 4.1
ICEfaces 4.1 introduces a new set of client validator components which can be used to perform validation in the browser without the need to first submit the data to the server, thus avoiding server round-trips and providing a more responsive user-experience.
The new validation component ... read more
Introducing the ICEfaces EE 4.0 Mobile Device Simulator
A new feature exclusive to the ICEfaces EE 4.0 release is the
ICEfaces 4.0 Final Released!
The ICEfaces 4.0 final release is now available!
Release Highlights (final stats)
- 25 new integrated ICEfaces Mobile Components (MOBI), including Native device support via BridgeIt.
- 9 new, and 30 enhanced ACE Components.
- Targets (and requires) JSF 2.2, a ... read more
ICEfaces 4.0 Beta Released!
The long-anticipated ICEfaces 4.0 Beta release has arrived featuring first-class JSF 2.2 support and new mobile JSF components for accessing native-device functions in your JSF web-applications.
ICEsoft is pleased to announce the availability of BridgeIt!
ICEfaces 4.0 Roadmap Update
I’m pleased to announce that the next ICEfaces release will be 4.0!
ICEfaces 4.0 will provide JSF 2.2 platform support in ICEfaces, including integration with JSF 2.2 features such as HTML5 pass-through attributes, and resetValues support. In addition to being based on JSF 2.2, we have many exciting new features and improvements planned for this release:
Augmented Reality can be applied to nearly any “field”, including a farmer’s field. In this case we make use of the toggle elements in ICEmobile Augmented Reality Forms to provide two different views of the geomatics data.
This allows a three dimensional visualization to be displayed on a topographic map showing three different data sets: the altitude (represented natu ... read more
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