PrimeFaces Team is pleased to announce the new elite releases for 5.3. and 5.2. As we’ve announced before Extensions will be moved into PrimeFaces and work has started for the merger. 5.3.4 brings the new InputNumber component to begin with. Another nice addon we’ve included is ability to export multiple datatables in Excel exporter each having a separate sheet and inclusion of a dropdown to enable sorting in reflow mode of datatable for small screens.
There are also good amount of defect fixes such as advanced filtering compatibility with dynamic columns.
PrimeTek is thrilled to announce the all-new premium layout&theme called Titan.
For the first time ever, we’ve added a cover page in addition to the regular layout pages. This cover page can be used as the landing page of your application. Titan is inspired by the recently released U.S. Web Design Standards which we consider as a clean and elegant design.
As usual, Titan is a responsive layout, combined with the responsive design enhancements in PrimeFaces 5.3, developing an application that targets multiple screen sizes is quite trivial.
Various defects reported by PrimeUI users have been fixed and closed, special thanks to the folks who have tested the last week’s RC release.
There are two ways to download the library, simpler way is to use bower and alternative is the zip file bundle. With bower it is easy as running “bower install primeui”. Zip file on the other hand is available at github releases. Check out quickstart page for the installation of the library.
There are two main features coming, one will change the way PrimeUI is used (hint: web components via new PrimeElements project) and another will make it look beautiful (hint: Modena, Rio, Volt…). So keep an eye for PrimeUI 3.0 in January, exciting times ahead.
5.2.16 and 5.3.3 Dual release continue to bring accessibility improvements and defect fixes. Most notable improvement it the keyboard navigation support for datatable selection allowing the use of arrow keys and enter key to make selections in datatable.
We’ve also fixed various cases reported by PrimeUI users.
Release bundle to download is available at GitHub or you can simply run “bower install primeui” if you use bower.
There are two main features coming, one will change the way PrimeUI is used (hint: web components) and another will make it look beautiful (hint: Modena). So keep an eye for PrimeUI 3.0 in January followed by 2.2 release next week. Exciting times ahead for PrimeUI.
PrimeTek; the company behind PrimeFaces, joins forces with its next door company, T2 SOFTWARE INC to provide high quality outsourcing services globally.
Aiming to provide software outsourcing services that address your time and budget-sensitive software technology requirements, the partnership is ready to deliver you a high quality service, allowing you to utilize its proven expertise and standardized processes acting like your own software department and eventually allow you to retain on your main operations.