ADF Faces for MyFaces is now called Trinidad
Earlier this year Oracle donated their JSF UI components from
ADF Faces to the Apache Software Foundation. Since ADF is more than a set
of UI components it was decided to rename the donation to â€œ
The name Trinidad was chosen because it matches with the other JSF subproject
called Tobago and probably because al the MyFaces subprojects start with a T (
be downloaded from the Apache Subversion repository
There isnâ€™t much other information about Trinidad on the MyFaces site, but
I think that will appear soon.
On the Apache Jira you can read that Apache Facelift, Apache
Prophet and Apache Axe/Hatchet didnâ€™t made it.
- ADF Faces to become Apache MyFaces – resurrection of Cherokee?
- Getting started with Java Server Faces (JSF) using Apache MyFaces – in JDeveloper 10.1.3EA
- Apache MyFaces 1.1.1 released
- Getting started with ADF Faces in JDeveloper 10.1.3 – Using the Tree Component, comparison with MyFaces Tomahawk Tree2
- Apache MyFaces (open source JSF implementation) – Using the Tree2 Component with JDeveloper 10.1.3
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