JSF based framework for touch websites
Within the last 24 to 48 hours, I begun research/reading about mobile web app development before develop 100s of pages using PrimeFaces Mobile tags. In the article (at URL above), I think I saw it mentioned that mobile web app pages can be developed via core JSF only; I could be quoting this incorrectly.
Anyway, this forum topic should not exclude mobile web browsers as well. I tried to access and navigate via the JSF/PrimeFaces web app on my mobile phone, and I was not pleased with the fact that p:menubar and p:menuitem on my touch Android device did not work well at all.
In saying that, I know that I need to develop web pages that target mobile devices, but it would be nice if I could develop JSF pages without the need of primefaces mobile (which is powered by jQuery mobile). I assume that I can create commandLinks and/or buttons, shorter-width pages, etc..., and I can do it without jQuery mobile or PrimeFaces Mobile tags/library.
Last night and yesterday afternoon, I spent some hours creating my first PrimeFaces mobile page (the login page), and had some difficulties at first, but now I know what I need to do to be successful at developing pages for mobile devices using PrimeFaces Mobile.
Please know that I am 'not' complaining. I am just saying that IMHO, I think that PrimeFaces (non-Mobile) components should be compatible with mobile devices as well, and there shouldn't be a need to use PrimeFaces Mobile.
I hope someone respond and correct me if I'm wrong, confirm, and/or further encourage me which way to go, based on their experience, growing pains (in developing mobile web pages with or without PrimeFaces Mobile, jQuery Mobile, etc...).