Archive: March 2014

ICEfaces 4.0 Beta Released!

Posted on Monday, March 24th, 2014 by Ken Fyten

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.

Release Highlights:

  • 25 new integrated ICEfaces Mobile Components (MOBI), inclu ... read more

ICEfaces 4.0 Roadmap Update

Posted on Friday, October 18th, 2013 by Ken Fyten

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:

Resource Coalescing in ICEfaces 3.3

Posted on Monday, April 22nd, 2013 by Ken Fyten

Resource Coalescing in ICEfaces 3.3

ICEfaces 3.3 introduces a new framework feature called Resource Coalescing. When Resource Coalescing is enabled, ICEfaces will analyze the JSF JavaScript and CSS resources declared on the initial page load and coalesce them into a single resource of each type (.js, .css).

 

Why Coalesce Resources?

The key benefit of coales ... read more


ICEsoft at JavaOne!

Posted on Friday, September 28th, 2012 by Ken Fyten

ICEsoft will be at the JavaOne conference in San Francisco Sept. 30th – Oct. 4th!

Exhibit Hall

ICEsoft will have a booth in the exhibitor hall featuring demonstrations of the latest ICEmobile, ICEfaces, and ICEpdf features.

There is also a cool new ICEmobile application that you can use to enter ... read more


Mobile JSF Quick Start

Posted on Thursday, July 12th, 2012 by Cruz Miraback

The ICEmobile bundle come with two JSF samples applications; mediacast and mobileshowcase.  These demos are a good starting point for experienced JSF developers, but can be a little daunting for developers new to JSF or to the mobile space in general.

A four part tutorial series is now available on the ICEmobile Wiki to h ... read more


Open Source is Cheaper – But it’s not really free, is it?

Posted on Tuesday, May 29th, 2012 by Brian McKinney

I think by now, everybody in the industry is aware of the impact that open source software has had on the way companies develop products and conduct business.  I also think that most users are smart enough to recognize the fact that there is no such thing as a “free lunch” when it comes to software development.  Sure you can download software and embed it into your system without having t ... read more