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WebGalileo Faces

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Categories: JSF - JSP - Tag libraries - AJAX

Author: JSCAPE

Latest version: 3.0
Added 2005-03-17Updated 2006-12-23

Set of customizable user interface components for developing of Java-based web applications.
With full support for the Sun JavaServer Faces (JSF) specification WebGalileo Faces provides developers with the tools needed to capture and respond to UI events in the browser.

Features include:
- MVC (Model View Controller) Design: Separation of code and content allows software developers and web page designers to easily work together.
- Existing Framework Support: WebGalileo Faces components may be used in a number of existing presentation layer frameworks such as Struts and Cocoon allowing developers to leverage their existing investment.
- Client and Server Side Components: Components may be manipulated using a JavaScript API from the client side or Java API from the server side.
- Extensible API: Modular design allows components to be customized to meet specific needs.
- Ajax support
- Support for Sun Java Studio Creator, IBM Rational Application Developer, Oracle JDeveloper, JBuilder 2005, Eclipse

Components include: Tabbed Panel, Toolbar, Menu, Tree, Table, Pop-Up Dialog, HTML Editor, Calendar, Color Dialog, Calculator, Tree Table, Charts, FlowCharts.

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