[jboss-user] [JBoss Seam] - Re: Poll: what JSF framework are you using with Seam?

trouby do-not-reply at jboss.com
Wed Jan 30 12:45:12 EST 2008


In my opinion, Richfaces works best with Seam as it is tested very well, we have built a huge application based on Richfaces and it works perfectly,

I think the integration between RF and Ajax4Jsf is best and you can find beneficial from both world together and combine nice stuff with RF/a4j, more than that, it's all under the same house which is important if you plan to purchase support some when,

Regarding your question, I also tested Myfaces / Icefaces with Seam and it worked very nice as Seam is not binded in any way to RF or any other specific JSF components library, in a matter of fact, I sometimes I use Seam without any relationship to the JSF world :-)

Well, check the examples, Icefaces works and it's active, same goes for Trinindad,Myfaces (I tested it very long time ago but it might still work),

There are very very nice components library named 'Woodstock',  but I have encountered many problems while trying to use them with Seam,

I think Gavin somewhere before a year replied me that they are working on it together to make Woodstock work with Seam but I didn't see anything new about it(but I might be wrong),

Well, at the end, after all the nice specs and standards, Seam works best under Jboss, RF works best with Seam/Jboss, Woodstock works best with Glassfish, Oracle goes with Trinidad and thats the way it works,

(I'm not saying they cannot be combined, I just say it's harder)

Well, at least that is from my own experience :-)


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