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Looking for JSF 1.2 Components

 
Edisandro Bessa
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Hi guys,

We know that for JSF 1.1 there are a lot of good free custom components implemented out there such as MyFaces Tomahawk, for example.

I'd like to know whether I can also find FREE good ones for JSF 1.2.

NetBeans 5.5 includes many JSF 1.2 custom components implemented by Sun, but when comparing to Tomahawk (which is for JSF 1.1) I still found Tomahawk unbeatable. For instance, Tomahawk TabbedPane component has ajax capabilities which I could not find on corresponding Sun's implementation.

I also found a set of components called ICEFaces which are very exciting but I'm not sure whether they are JSF 1.2 compatible.

Could you please guys suggest me some info on this ? It's really very important to me. I'm expected to create a medium size application for my post graduate course.

Thanks in advance guys.
[ June 16, 2007: Message edited by: Edisandro Bessa ]
 
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Hi,
you could try RichFaces for "GUI" components and Ajax4JSF for "ajaxing" your webapp. (Both are JBoss.org projects)

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