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Categories: JSF - JSP - Tag libraries - AJAX, Web frameworks

Author: ICEsoft Technologies

Latest version: 1.8.2
Added 2006-07-24Updated 2009-10-05

Ajax application framework that enables J2EE application developers to create and deploy thin-client rich web applications in pure Java.

Features include:
- Direct-to-DOM (D2D): mechanism for rendering JSF pages directly into the browser.
- Ajax bridge: takes care of all aspects of communication between the server-side Framework and the client browser. It is mainly responsible for assembling DOM updates in the client browser, and propagating user interactions back to the server-side applications.
- Component suite: set of components including enhanced implementations of the standard JSF components as well as additional custom components.
- IDE integration for Eclipse, MyEclipse Enterprise Workbench, IBM Rational Application Developer, Sun NetBeans.
- Application servers supported: Tomcat, JBoss Application Server, WebLogic Server, Sun Java System Application Server, Oracle Application Server Container for J2EE (OC4J), WebSphere Application Server.
- Web browsers supported: Internet Explorer 6/7/8.x, Firefox 2/3.x, Opera 9.x, Safari 3.x, Chrome 1.x.

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