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Product Release Announcement - ICEfaces EAR 0.1.0

ICEfaces is Now Compatible With the Apache MyFaces Project.

ICEsoft Technologies, Inc., has announced the release of ICEfaces Early Access Release 0.1.0. ICEfaces is the industry's first standards-compliant solution for rapidly creating rich web applications that are easily maintained, extended and scaled, at a lower cost.

ICEfaces is an extension to JavaServer Faces that hides most of the complexity of rich web development from the developer, allowing developers to rapidly create all Java, thin client, rich web applications. With ICEfaces, developers can continue to leverage the advantages of Java programming along with the rich set of development, deployment and testing tools available.

ICEfaces EAR is now compatible with MyFaces 1.0.9. In this release, MyFaces standard extended components are supported under the ICEfaces Direct-to-DOM renderkit. The following set of MyFaces components are now compatible with ICEfaces:

Supported Extended Standard Components
  • HtmlCommanButton
  • HtmlCommand Link
  • HtmlDataTable
  • HtmlInputText
  • HtmlInputTextarea
  • HtmlMessage
  • HtmlMessages
  • HtmlOutputLabel
  • HtmlOutputText
  • HtmlSelctManyCheckbox
  • HtmlSelectOnMenu
  • HtmlSelectOneRadio

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