Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Developing portlets with the JBoss Portlet Bridge

To celebrate the latest Beta 4 release of the JBoss Portlet Bridge, I have written the final article in the three part series titled "Developing Portlets using JSF, Ajax, and Seam" published on infoq.com.
I tried to write each article in a easy to understand, get straight-to-the-point approach. The tutorials use maven archetypes and cargo configurations that allow all readers, novice or expert, to get up and running without having to worry about *any* configurations or reading further documentation. My focus was strictly for the user to input only two or three commands and have everything working without needing to cross reference a user guide or post any questions on the forums while working through the tutorials. Hopefully that will be your situation ;-)

All 3 articles can be found on the infoq site via the following links:
This is a great way to get started quickly developing portlets with JSF, RichFaces, and the Seam Framework.

To learn more about the JBoss Portlet Bridge visit the project page.


Sébastien Boutté said...

What's new in Beta 4 ?

Sébastien Boutté said...

Found it. https://jira.jboss.org/jira/secure/ReleaseNote.jspa?projectId=12310550&styleName=Html&version=12312516