Using jMaki widgets in JSR168 portlets
By pgoutin on Dec 16, 2006
Last update Feb 11, 2007
Importante note :
To get jMaki widgets up & running into a JSR168 portlet deployed on Open Source Portal Container, you have to get the jMaki plugin release-169 or later for Netbeans 5.5
Since I've started to work on Portal, developing the Portlet GUI part has always been a hot topic and sometime a nightmare for me.
From https://ajax.dev.java.net/ web site...
After a couple of clicks, you can add some interesting widgets in your JSR168 Portlet deployed within Glassfish/OpenSource portlet container.
One of the most interesting is the table. With this widget, you don't have to code a lot of Java statements to sort the columns....
Here is my current sample....