Bundled PrimeFaces Themes

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Oleg
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05 Aug 2012, 11:45

One of my dreams came true. We can use bundled PrimeFaces themes in just one single file! We will maintain this Maven project to keep the single JAR file in sync with current PrimeFaces themes. There is a short info on the project homepage and in my blog. Have fun!
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12 Aug 2012, 06:42

This was great help.
I am already using it.

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13 Aug 2012, 23:51

Hi ,

Can the same be achieved if we have our own custom themes ? We have around 50 themes which are all custom built to be used in the application .

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14 Aug 2012, 10:59

Wow, 50 themes :-) Sure, you can bundle them self. Just follow my sample in the blog post or check out the project and explore it http://code.google.com/p/primefaces-ext ... e/checkout The themes project is located under "resources" folder.
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14 Aug 2012, 13:47

Thanks Oleg . 50 is the current number and it is going to grow . The application is white labeled and it allows all type of customizations . SO have to deal with it . Also is there any plan to minimize the css or how can we minimize the css files and other resources used ?

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14 Aug 2012, 17:23

It will be great if you publish your themes 50 ........60....
Also have you got TWITTER BOOTSTRAP theme?
I am a UI novice (even less than novice) and hence seeking help

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14 Aug 2012, 18:48

Also have you got TWITTER BOOTSTRAP theme?
maybe it can help: http://addyosmani.github.com/jquery-ui-bootstrap/
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14 Aug 2012, 18:50

Thanks Oleg . 50 is the current number and it is going to grow . The application is white labeled and it allows all type of customizations . SO have to deal with it . Also is there any plan to minimize the css or how can we minimize the css files and other resources used ?
Yes, why not share with the rest of the community?

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14 Aug 2012, 20:38

Guys, I guess it can't be shared. These are themes for customers. Right? How can he share the themes if they are commercial (were developed for banks, etc.)? We use white labeling too, by the way. But we don't have so much themes. White labeling is not only themes actually; it's more stuff like messages and logos. I was thinking about custom ResourceHandler which streams down customer dependent resources from DB e.g.
PrimeFaces Cookbook (2. edition): http://ova2.github.io/primefaces-cookbook/ Learning Angular UI Development with PrimeNG: https://github.com/ova2/angular-develop ... th-primeng Blog: https://medium.com/@OlegVaraksin

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14 Aug 2012, 22:58

New bundled themes 1.0.7 are available in the Maven central. Have fun dear community.
PrimeFaces Cookbook (2. edition): http://ova2.github.io/primefaces-cookbook/ Learning Angular UI Development with PrimeNG: https://github.com/ova2/angular-develop ... th-primeng Blog: https://medium.com/@OlegVaraksin

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