October 20th, 2014

Sneek Peek1

Bindows running on iPhone

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New version of BindowsFaces2

BindowsFaces latest beta version is: BindowsFaces beta 0806, released on June 5, 2008

This version provides the following new and improved features:

* Comet Support - BindowsFaces now includes an API for implementing Comet support for different server environments. An adapter for the GlassFish Server is included in the BindowsFaces package.

* Ajax Navigation - BindowsFaces makes use of the JSF navigation mechanism but does not “leave” the current AJAX application.

* Live Scrolling - When a larger number of rows is to be loaded into a data grid the loading time suffer, live scrolling a method to avoid slow user interfaces. BindowsFaces now supports live scrolling in the Grid component.

* dataTable population - BindowsFaces now supports standard dataTable population constructions using the column component.

* Custom Classes - BindowsFaces enables you to use Bindows custom classes or entire applications that you developed in a JSF environment.

* Themes - BindowsFaces now supports the Bindows themes (Click to see the new cool Bindows themes.)

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LINKS:

* BindowsFaces

* The Promise of Ajax in JSF

* How to use BindowsFaces

* Download BindowsFaces

Bindows™ 4.0 (beta) - The Most Powerful Ajax SDK in the Market2

On June 6, 2008, we released the latest beta version of Bindows™ 4.0!

Bindows™ 4.0 (beta 0806) includes four major additions:

* Enable development of complete Ajax applications without writing a single line of JavaScript!

* A completely redesigned menu system - best in the market

* Exciting new looks - 6 new themes and a powerful theme engine (so you can create your own)

* Initial support for new browsers (IE8, FF3, Safari)

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To see the new themes: Bindows Themes

For more details on this exciting version: Bindows 4.0

To download a free evaluation package: Evaluation - Bindows™ 4.0 (beta)

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