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02 Feb 2012, 01:03

Thanks so much! This is what we need to keep our passion up!

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09 Feb 2012, 12:34

hi Primefaces Team,

thanks for putting together a great JSF 2 implementation. After being scarred on a previous JSF 1.x project I was astonished at how mush better JSF 2/ Primefaces was. We are currently porting a major legacy application to Java with Primefaces at the front-end. I cannot think of a case where Primefaces did not have a solution for a problem. The dataTable is one component users love. From a developer perspective Primefaces makes ajax dead easy.

Keep up the good work!!
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09 Feb 2012, 13:05

Thanks very much Ralph, it is online now!

http://www.primefaces.org/testimonials.html

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16 Feb 2012, 12:18

Kachat Ali,

Hi primefaces, I have use primefaces in my memory project and thas is so wonderful :D ,
and now i'm computer ingeneer and i'm still using primefaces in my work ;) (but i have some pb to migrate from 2.2 to 3.1.1 :mrgreen: )
So be carefull dont stoping this project ( maybe i lost my job if you do :twisted: ) .
finaly i'm sorry if my english isnt so good :lol:

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22 Feb 2012, 18:08

My name is Andy Bailey and I have been a software developer/engineer for close to 30 years now.

I am currently involved in a wide ranging set of projects whose aim is to provide applications and services within a very hereogenous environment ranging from 3rd party Applications written in C++ to a fully fledged ERP System.
Where web applications are called for and implemented the last thing we need is to have to do is provide our own components and shoe horn them all into our Corporate Identity.

The PrimeFaces family of components has proved invaluable in greatly reducing time to market for both new applications and the migration of existing JSF applications.
There have been quite a few "aha" moments too, when I have been able to use a component to achieve something that with other JSF component libraries simply would be impossible given the time constraints imposed.

The component library is not the only good thing about PrimeFaces though.

The PrimeFaces Open Source project is a shining example of how Open Source projects should be run:-
  • Professional Software Developers and Engineers who use PrimeFaces on customer projects
  • Enthusiastic and involved community
  • Short version cycle where bugs are cured and new features are made available in time for us, the user base, to take advantage of them sooner rather than later
All in all, a worthy project to be involved in.

Thanks to the PrimeFaces Team and Community.
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22 Feb 2012, 18:17

Thanks for the great words Andy, I'll put this up on homepage. Cheers ;)

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22 Feb 2012, 18:23

optimus.prime wrote:Thanks for the great words Andy, I'll put this up on homepage. Cheers ;)
Ditto, I agree! Nice post, Andy!
Howard

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28 Feb 2012, 12:45

optimus.prime wrote:Thanks for the great words Andy, I'll put this up on homepage. Cheers ;)
The thanks belong to you and the rest of the PF Team. It is always nice to be able to give something back.
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13 Apr 2012, 16:41

Hi, my name is Michael Tranchant, I am a software engineer for nearly 10 years now.
I use PrimeFaces since a few months in an Spatial OLAP visualization interface and I can attest that it is one of my better choice I have done for this project. I went to PF because I was a bit disappointed by RichFaces last version, especially with the DataTable management.

Thanks to you, PF team !
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