Trinidad+Mojarra

Today I was asked if Trinidad required MyFaces to work as it's a MyFaces project.
There seems to be some misconception about component sets and JSF.

The key here is that component sets, assuming they code to the spec, can run
on \*any\* JSF compliant runtime. This means that Trinidad should run on either
MyFaces or Mojarra.

I've worked on and off with a couple of the Trinidad developers over the years
where I've received feedback regarding issues running Trinidad on Mojarra (which
we've always tried to address in a timely fashion). So I know by word of mouth
that it works, but today I decided to try it out for myself.

I downloaded the Trinidad 1.2.7 demo (for JSF 1.2) and deployed to GlassFish V2UR1.
After doing so I was able to run the Survey demo and browse through the component
guide without issue.

Some basic information about Trinidad:
  • Partial-page rendering support for all Trinidad components (read Ajax)
  • Client-side validation support
  • Dialog framework
  • pageFlowScope for inter-page communication
The component set is quite extensive. The components range from bread crumbs,
to color choosers, accordion panels, progress indicators, and many others you'd
expect to find in a robust component set. I'd recommend going through the
demo to view each of them in action.


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