Woodstock JSF Components with JDeveloper

On one of the comments for my entry about migrating code from NetBeans to JDeveloper Peter asked if JDeveloper can work with the woodstock components.

The answer is yes - see this demo:

So basically you do get a lot of functionality - although it is not as advanced as what we built for ADF Faces or for the open source Trinidad components - click the links for demos of those in JDeveloper.

Sun stopped the development of the woodstock components a while back - and we think that people who used woodstock should look into ADF Faces components instead - we actually created a Woodstock to ADF Faces matrix that shows the parallels - and there are a lot more components that you can use with ADF Faces.

P.S. - turns out I already did a similar demo a year ago and forgot about it.

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