Tuesday, September 26, 2006

AJAX with JSR 168 Portlets

Greg Ziebold and Marina Sum has written a good article titled Best Practices for Applying AJAX to JSR 168 Portlets. Check it here.

7 comments:

  1. Hi Punit,
    I enjoy your blog alot since last year when I envaluate all kind of Portals.
    But I didn't find what I want, most of Portals are whole page refresh based, If one page has many portlets, it cause slow. And It is hard to integrate with existing App also.
    So I found a new open source portal framework since April this year, it is called Light or Light Portal. Light Portal is based on AJAX and Java. it used Asyn way to load/refresh/render/processAction portlets, it easy for developers to develop portal app without coding AJAX(0 javascript needed) but can enjoy AJAX built in with Light Portal.
    It also integrated with MyFaces, WebWork, Spring Portlet MVC, It is easy for developers to develop portlets using existing technologies.
    another benefit of Light Portal is it can turn on/off and can plug in to any existing java web apps.
    you can find more information about Light Portal at http://light.dev.java.net or http://www.lightportal.org (this is also a live demonstration of Lighht Portal framework)
    If you can give me some review about this project, that will be great.

    thanks
    Jianmin

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  2. Hi Punit,
    I enjoy your blog alot since last year when I envaluate all kind of Portals.
    But I didn't find what I want, most of Portals are whole page refresh based, If one page has many portlets, it cause slow. And It is hard to integrate with existing App also.
    So I found a new open source portal framework since April this year, it is called Light or Light Portal. Light Portal is based on AJAX and Java. it used Asyn way to load/refresh/render/processAction portlets, it easy for developers to develop portal app without coding AJAX(0 javascript needed) but can enjoy AJAX built in with Light Portal.
    It also integrated with MyFaces, WebWork, Spring Portlet MVC, It is easy for developers to develop portlets using existing technologies.
    another benefit of Light Portal is it can turn on/off and can plug in to any existing java web apps.
    you can find more information about Light Portal at http://light.dev.java.net or http://www.lightportal.org (this is also a live demonstration of Lighht Portal framework)
    If you can give me some review about this project, that will be great.

    thanks
    Jianmin

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  3. Udhay Kumar7:04 AM

    Hi Punit,

    We are developing an enterprise Banking Portal using JSF Portlets on WPS. Iam looking for AJAX autocomplete component for searching Account ID. Can you guide me where I could find specific implementation or examples.

    Thanks,
    Udhay

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  4. Hi Punit,

    We are developing an enterprise Banking Portal using JSF Portlets on WPS. Iam looking for AJAX autocomplete component for searching Account ID. Can you guide me where I could find specific implementation or examples.

    Thanks,
    Udhay

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  5. Hi Punit,

    Thanks for all the wonderful work you are doing at JSR 168, WSRP, Portlets & Enterprise Portal blog!

    I myself am working on creating portlets on Liferay Portal, my first task being a portlet which does polling to the server via AJAX every few seconds. It would be incredible if you could visit my blog at http://liferaylearnings.blogspot.com and leave me some professional comments on my work.

    Once again, I appreciate your work here!

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  6. Anonymous4:50 PM

    HI,
    There is a related article in Dr Dobb's Journal this month for anyone interested: http://www.ddj.com/dept/webservices/198000640?pgno=1 --the title is "Using JSF and JSR 168 Portals to Develop Ajax Applications"
    Regards,
    Ed

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