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Chapter 1Introduction to ICEfaces
Figure 1 ICEfaces-enabled JSF Application
Chapter 2ICEfaces System Architecture
Chapter 3Key Concepts
Direct-to-DOM Rendering
Figure 4 Direct-to-DOM Rendering Via Ajax Bridge
Incremental, In-place Page Updates
Synchronous and Asynchronous Updates
Figure 7 Asynchronous Update with Direct-to-DOM Rendering
Connection Management
Server-initiated Rendering (Ajax Push)
Partial Submit – Intelligent Form Processing
Components and Styling
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) Styling
Other Custom Components
Drag and Drop
Browser-Invoked Effects
Concurrent DOM Views
Integrating ICEfaces With Existing Applications
JSP Inclusion
JSF Integration
Chapter 4ICEfaces Reference Information
JSP Markup Reference
Java API Reference
JavaScript API Reference
•Partial and Full Submit
Partial and Full Submit
View Removal
Bridge Connection Status Events
Configuration Reference
Configuring faces-config.xml
Configuring web.xml
Asynchronous vs. Synchronous Updates
Components Reference
Standard JSF Components
Apache MyFaces Tomahawk Components
ICEfaces Component Suite
Common Attributes
Enhanced Standard Components
ICEfaces Custom Components
Styling the ICEfaces Component Suite
ICEfaces Focus Management
ICEfaces Library Dependencies
ICEfaces Runtime Dependencies
ICEfaces Component Runtime Dependencies
ICEfaces Facelets Support
ICEfaces Compile-time (Build) Dependencies
ICEfaces Ant Build Script Support
ICEfaces Sample Applications and Tutorials
Sun JSF 1.1 RI Runtime
Sun JSF 1.2 RI Runtime
Apache MyFaces JSF 1.1 Runtime
Chapter 5Advanced Topics
Server-initiated Rendering (Ajax Push) APIs
Rendering Considerations
RenderManager API
Rendering Exceptions
Server-initiated Rendering Architecture
The DisposableBean Interface
State Saving
JSF Default State Manager
View Root State Manager
Single Copy State Manager
Optimizing Server Memory Consumption
DOM Compression
String Handling
•Asynchronous Heartbeating
Asynchronous Heartbeating
Managing Connection Status
Managing Redirection
Optimizing Asynchronous Communications for Scalability
Tomcat 6 and JBoss 4.2
Push Server
Asynchronous Request Processing
Using ICEfaces in Clustered Environments
Developing Portlets with ICEfaces
ICEfaces Portlet Configuration
Using the Portlet API
Portlet Styles
Supported Portal Implementations
•Liferay Portal
•JBoss Portal
Liferay Portal
JBoss Portal
Apache Jetspeed-2
Apache Pluto
Using Ajax Push in Portlets
Development and Deployment Considerations
Getting Started
Bypassing Seam Interceptors
Using Server-initiated Rendering
Using the File Upload (ice:inputFile) Component
Spring Web Flow Integration
Configuring Spring Applications to Work with ICEfaces
Creating Drag and Drop Features
Creating a Draggable Panel
Adding Drag Events
Setting the Event dragValue and dropValue
Event Masking
Adding and Customizing Effects
Creating a Simple Effect
Modifying the Effect
Appendix AICEfaces Library/App Server Dependencies
Figure 18 JEE 5 Servers Library/Application Server Dependencies
Appendix BICEfaces Configuration Parameter Overview
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