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wacht a camera with JSF2.0

Dura Hurtado
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Hi, ¿could be possible use a component from any JSF 2 implementation to be able to watch images from a camera in my browser?

¿Any other possibility with JSF 2?

Tim Holloway
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It's not technically supported by JSF, but JSF can support an element that embeds an image (static or non-static) on the page. For static images, you'd simply resolve the image tag's URL to render the picture. For dynamic images such as webcams, you could embed an applet or Flash pane within the page.

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