Saturday Jun 07, 2008

Assemble your Widgets and create a Social Web Application using Zembly

Earlier, using tools like Netbeans and Visual Web, you could easily whip up an Ajax enabled Web Application. Now, Sun Microsystems introduces another interesting Web Development Environment, Zembly, a hosted environment designed to build Social Web Applications from the web itself. Nothing to download, every thing is on the web.

Zembly

With Zembly, you can quickly and easily develop applications for Facebook, Meebo, OpenSocial, iPhone (to name a few) and other Social Web Applications. It makes it a snap to create embeddable widgets for  google, flickryahoo (again to name a few) gadgets,  that can be distributed to millions of users on the web.

Zembly Editors

Zembly allows you to author Social Web Applications and Widgets using advanced editors running directly in your browser. The editors provides support for code completion , full syntax highlighting for JavaScript, XML, CSS, HTML etc

Zembly Editors

Zembly is released as a private Beta and access is permitted for invitatees only. If you are interested to take it for a test drive, request  an invitation using the following widget.

Monday Apr 30, 2007

Netbeans tip: Creating an AJAX enabled custom JSF component - Part 2

Finally I got some time to complete  part 2 of the Creating an AJAX enabled custom JSF component.

Part1, mainly covers how to write a simple Ajax enabled JSF component (ImageSlider). In this part, I have given the walk through on how to create the Image Slider Component. The Image Slider component would take one or more images and displays each image with a previous and a next link. Clicking on the next or previous link displays the next or previous image. Since the component has Ajax capability, the Image Slider component displays the next or previous image by fetching them with out submitting the form using Ajax transaction.

In Part2, the walk through explains how to add design time to the ImageSlider component and create a complib archive. Also the walk through explains how the complib is imported in to the Netbeans Visual Web Pack application to add the component to a visual web page by drag and drop.

Tuesday Mar 13, 2007

Netbeans tip: Creating an AJAX enabled custom JSF component - Part 1

Netbeans 5.5 Web Application Project provides lots of necessary plumbing to create a custom JSF component. I will be writing few articles explaining how to write an AJAX enabled JSF component. These articles will be concise version of more elaborate tutorial I am writing with Gail and Paul Anderson for JavaOne 2007 Hands-on Labs.

Part1, mainly covers how to write a simple Ajax enabled JSF component (ImageSlider). In this part, I have given the walk through on how to create the Image Slider Component. The Image Slider component would take one or more images and displays each image with a previous and a next link. Clicking on the next or previous link displays the next or previous image. Since the component has Ajax capability, the Image Slider component displays the next or previous image by fetching them with out submitting the form using Ajax transaction.

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