Archive: January 2016
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
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.
- 25 new integrated ICEfaces Mobile Components (MOBI), inclu ... read more
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:
Resource Coalescing in ICEfaces 3.3
Why Coalesce Resources?
The key benefit of coales ... read more
I’m pleased to announce that ICEfaces 3.3 is now available. This massive release includes:
- 12 new features, including:
- 7 all-new ACE components
- A new framework-level resource coalescing feature for optimized network utiliza ... read more
ICEsoft is pleased to announce the release of ICEfaces 3.1!
ICEfaces 3.1 is an official feature ... read more
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