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PrimeFaces

Homepage

http://primefaces.org/

Latest release

3.5.3 (23/04/2013)

Developed by

Prime Teknoloji

Licenses

Apache 2.0

Overall rating

9.4
Usability
9.3
Simplicity
9.1
Documentation
9.1
Community
9.1

Tags

  • web framework

  • jsf

  • java

  • component

Description

PrimeFaces is an open source JSF component suite with various extensions.

• Rich set of components (HtmlEditor, Dialog, AutoComplete, Charts and many more).
• Built-in Ajax based on standard JSF 2.0 Ajax APIs.
• Lightweight, one jar, zero-configuration and no required dependencies.
• Ajax Push support via websockets.
• Mobile UI kit to create mobile web applications for handheld devices.
• Skinning Framework with 30 built-in themes and support for visual theme designer tool.
• Extensive documentation.
• Large, vibrant and active user community.
• Developed with "passion" from application developers to application developers.

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10.0
RockvilleJD

A great framework.  It allows me to focus on businees logic rather than nit pick at UI issues.

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9.2
agitos

In comparison to MyFaces/Tomahawk and RichFaces development Primefaces is a major step forward in JSF development: great controls, various options, a vivid community to help out and in combination with Spring Roo a rapid development support that I didn't experience with any Java framework before.

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10.0
ElSamplio

Simply the greatest, each release comes with lots of improvements on many levels (components, bug fixing, new features for existing projects) Often we are attended by its owner, Mr Cagatay Civici, in the forum and FB group: 11/10

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9.5
peper

For me PrimeFaces is a great component set for JSF 2.0. I's fresh and has no JSF 1.0 history. It has everything I need to build enterprise applications. For me it is a great compromise between full component-style framework like Vaadin and lightweigh MVC-like web frameworks. I've bult several applications with PrimeFaces and I am sure I'd never built it so fast with any other framework.

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