By woodjr on Jun 28, 2007
Rendering for HTML clients may be the most common use of JSF, but it certainly isn't the only one. In his latest blog entry, Roger shows how to use Ericsson's MobileFaces library and Mobile JSF Kit to serve mobile web applications on GlassFish.
Examples like this show how GlassFish can easily serve up web content for phones. Then we have Sailfin making it possible for GlassFish to (literally) talk to a phone, and the microkernel architecture of GlassFish V3 making people wonder if they'll someday be running GlassFish on their phone.
Anyone noticing a pattern? ;)