Now that GWT 1.4.10 has shipped, I've finally finished integrating
those changes into the main Ajax4JSF code tree. So you can now pull a
working, GWT 1.4-compliant, buildable-from-Maven GWTJSF library from
the Ajax4JSF Subversion repository.
More details in this post: http://blog.robjsoftware.org/2007/06/landed.html
There's more coming soon, stay tuned ;-)
On Jun 22, 4:11 am, Rob Jellinghaus <rjellingh...@gmail.com> wrote:
Short version: If all you need is an AJAX application, then
absolutely, use GWT only. But if you need other non-AJAX server-side
functionality (for searchability, or authentication), or if you are
building part of a portal or larger site implemented in JSF but you
still want to use GWT for some parts of your UI, then this integration
is very useful to you.
Absolutely I agree that JSF's server-side state management is contrary
to the GWT philosophy, that there is a lot of overlap between the two
technologies, and that many GWT apps have no need for JSF.