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Apache MyFaces Trinidad is a JSF framework including a large, enterprise quality component library, supporting critical features such as accessibility (e.g. Section 508), right-to-left languages, etc. It also includes a set of framework features, including :
- Partial-page rendering support for the entire component set
- Integrated client-side validation
- A dialog framework
- pageFlowScope, for communicating between pages
Trinidad is a subproject of Apache MyFaces project and was donated by Oracle, where it was known as ADF Faces. It was renamed Trinidad after a long voting process. Trinidad is more than just a component library because it also contains a lot of goodies which solve common development challenges.
- Wadia, Marinschek, Saleh, Byrne (2008). The Definitive Guide to Apache MyFaces and Facelets. New York: Apress. p. 111. ISBN 9781590597378.
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