Browser-Sync is a handy tool to speed up development when doing front-end work, it also works very well with PrimeFaces. To show how this can be achieved, we’ve created a short video tutorial, hope you find it useful.
PrimeFaces Team is pleased to announce the 3rd release candidate of PrimeFaces 6.0, this version brings over 15 improvements. We have received comments that backward compatibility is broken due to some changes and added checks to make sure it is restored when upgrading from 5.3 to 6.0.
PrimeTek is pleased to announce the new 1.0.0-beta.4 release of PrimeNG featuring new native components and 25 filed enhancements overall.
Our ongoing effort to remove dependency to PrimeUI jQuery widgets resulted in 5 components getting reimplemented, these are;
Angular Beta 17 Support
There has been some breaking changes in beta16 and especially beta17, PrimeNG 1.0.0-beta.4 brings support for the latest version at time of writing.
The all-new free community theme of PrimeFaces called Omega, is now also available to PrimeNG as well.
Olympos has been available for PrimeFaces for some time and now it is ported to PrimeNG as well. It is inspired by the ancient city in Antalya having the same name. See the live olympos home page and live demo for details.
9 Different TopBar Colors
We have chosen 9 predefined topbar colors that fit well in the design scheme.
Different Menu Styles
Menu is one of the most powerful features of Olympos, it is highly customizable with inline mode, popup mode and slim mode.
Commonly required pages such as login and error are provided along with the layout and theme.
Theme of Olympos, provides light colors and a flat design scheme for PrimeNG Components.
As usual, Olympos is fully responsive and tested against various devices.
PrimeNG 1.0.0-beta.2 is now available with 8 improvements and official support for Angular2 Beta 15 release. In addition, Modena-Rio-Adamantium Material Layouts and Themes are updated to bring compatibility with 1.0.0-beta releases.
PrimeTek is glad to announce that first beta release of PrimeNG 1.0 is now available, there are 25 filed improvements over the previous version, featuring new components, enhancements and defect fixes.
Also dropdown has been reimplemented as a native components instead of depending on its PrimeUI cousin. Majority of PrimeNG components are native as of beta1.
All input components have been enhanced to use the standard ngModel directive and also we’ve added support for model driven forms via ngForm, ngControl, ngFormControl so that they integrate seamlessly within Angular2 form features.