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Graphs, charts, etc. in JSF

 
Robert James Liguori
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Could anyone please provide a list of their favorite graphing software that works with JSF (e.g., JSFlot)?

I need to have one selected in the next couple of days.

Thanks!

 
Zachary Pry
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Showcases
PrimeFaces 2.X:
http://www.primefaces.org/showcase-labs/ui/chartsHome.jsf
Implemented via Flash

PrimeFaces 3.X (not stable release jet):
http://www.primefaces.org/showcase-labs/ui/chartsHome.jsf
Implemented via HTML5

Works with JSF.
Hope it helps.
 
H Jetly
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Primefaces seems good, I tried using JFreeCharts with Richfaces a year back and had a tough time. If a JSF library like Primfaces gives you out of box charting functionality, that is the right way ahead. Thanks Robert I will give it a look too.
I am suprised Richfaces has not caught up on Charting yet.
 
Vijay Tidake
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Hi,

Im using icefaces 2.0

Thanks
 
Markus Bauer
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Hi,

you can also use highfaces (http://www.highfaces.org). HighFaces wraps around HighCharts and supports instantly turning any Collection into a chart without having to write any JavaScript or JSON yourself. It further provides full integration into the JSF-AJAX queue for e.g. clicks on points.
 
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