I am pleased to announce the second article in the MyFaces Tomahawk series by Hazem Saleh. In the second article of this series, Hazem Saleh discusses how to use MyFaces Tomahawk with JSF 2. This article explains how to combine the power of MyFaces 2.0 core and Tomahawk 1.1.11 in order to develop an interactive Mashup application.
Here is an excerpt:
In the first article of the Tomahawk series, I introduced MyFaces Tomahawk, one of the MyFaces component libraries that provide a set of stable components that can work with all the versions of JSF implementation (1.1, 1.2, and 2).
In this article, I will focus on the latest release of MyFaces Tomahawk (version 1.1.11) which is compatible with JSF 2. I will show you how to combine the power of MyFaces 2.0 core and Tomahawk in order to develop an interactive Mashup application which interacts with Google Maps.
Read the full article here:
MyFaces Tomahawk in Action - Part 2 =>http://content.jsfcentral.com/c/journal_articles/view_article_content?groupId=35702&articleId=50079&version=3.6]
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