Red Hat JBoss Web Framework Kit 2.7

RichFaces Guide

RichFaces framework for use with Red Hat JBoss Enterprise Application Platform

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Abstract

This guide presents information about the RichFaces framework shipped with Red Hat JBoss Web Framework Kit.
1. RichFaces Deprecation
2. Introduction to Red Hat JBoss Web Framework Kit
2.1. About Red Hat JBoss Web Framework Kit
2.2. About the JBoss Web Framework Kit Tiers
2.3. About the JBoss Web Framework Kit Distribution
3. Introduction to RichFaces
3.1. About JSF
3.2. About Ajax
3.3. About RichFaces
3.4. Advantages of Using RichFaces
3.5. Advantages of RichFaces for Mobile Applications
3.6. Application Development With RichFaces
4. Setting up RichFaces
4.1. System Requirements
4.2. Installing Options
4.3. Setting Up Maven
4.4. Restrictions
5. Exploring Examples that use RichFaces
5.1. Archetypes
5.2. Quickstarts
5.3. RichFaces Showcase
5.4. RichFaces PhotoAlbum
6. Developing Applications with RichFaces
6.1. Components for Web Application Layout
6.1.1. a4j:commandButton
6.1.2. rich:accordion
6.1.3. rich:toolbar
6.1.4. a4j:ajax
6.2. Components Using Back-End Data
6.2.1. rich:tree
6.2.2. rich:autocomplete
6.2.3. rich:extendedDataTable
6.3. Components using User-Input Data
6.3.1. rich:inputNumberSlider
6.3.2. a4j:mediaOutput
6.3.3. rich:focus
6.4. Components for Advanced Web Application Functionality
6.4.1. rich:fileUpload
6.4.2. rich:editor
6.4.3. rich:tabPanel
6.5. Components for Skinning
6.5.1. About Skins
6.5.2. Using Predefined Skins
6.5.3. Using Custom Skins
6.5.4. Enabling Skin Changes when Applications are Running
6.5.5. Applying Skins to Standard HTML Controls
7. Using RichFaces for Mobile Applications
7.1. Configuring a RichFaces Application for Mobile Devices
7.2. Viewport Metadata
7.3. JavaScript
7.4. MobileESP
8. Migrating from RichFaces 4 to RichFaces 4.5
A. Revision History