PrimeFaces Hat-Trick

Euro 2012 has started and PrimeFaces Ecosystem scores a hat-trick with 3 new releases;

  • PrimeFaces 3.3.1
  • PrimeFaces Mobile 0.9.3
  • PrimeFaces Extensions 0.5.0

PrimeFaces 3.3.1

While heavy PrimeFaces 3.4 development (e.g. charts, mindmap) is in progress, 3.3.1 release brings maintenance over 3.3 release with 10 defect fixes.

PrimeFaces Mobile 0.9.3

0.9.2 was not compatible with PrimeFaces 3.3 so we’ve released 0.9.3 for the compatibility along with some defect fixes reported by PrimeFaces Mobile users. Mobile user’s guide is also updated to 0.9.3. After PrimeFaces 3.4, work on PrimeFaces Mobile 1.0 will begin featuring resource optimizations, ajax view loading, new mobile optimized components like dialog, growl and many other enhancements.

PrimeFaces Extensions 0.5.0

PrimeFaces Extensions team has released the new version of the project featuring new and updated components, enhancements and bug fixes. For more information please see the official announcement and the Prime style cool trailer.

7 thoughts on “PrimeFaces Hat-Trick

  1. Nice work and many thanks. The timing couldn’t be better for me as I’m about to start work on the mobile version of my PrimeFaces site.

  2. PF 0.5 is amazing. The errorHandler tag is something I have been waiting for since PF inception. Since I can easily handle session expired events, it is a game changer in my organization. Other developers stopped using PF before because when the session expired, the screen would freeze. I should be able to convince them that PM solved this major issue with an easy to use tag. PF is by far the best framework!

    • Interesting reason that your organization stopped using PF because of that reason because a JSF exception handler can solve that easily.

  3. Thanks for this nice work.
    I use primefaces to make data visualization project and i suggest that you develop 3D TagCloud.
    Thanks again.

  4. The release blog post for PF 3.3 said the documentation is now 750 pages long, however the documentation appears to be 475 pages long. Will you be releasing the 750-page version of the documentation?