Plugin for Mobile JSF Kit - plugin detail

NetBeans Template for Mobile JSF Kit is a NetBeans plug-in to help developers to quickly get started with a Mobile JSF application. The plug-in adds templates for creating new Mobile JSF projects and new Mobile JSF files. This plug-in also installs the MobileFaces R2B library, which makes it easier for JSF developers to import the library to their existing applications. The NetBeans IDE (Integrated Development Environment) is a free, open-source IDE for creating professional cross-platform desktop, enterprise, web and mobile applications. The NetBeans IDE provides an open architecture for developers to develop their own models, such as project templates, palettes and applications.

NetBeans Plugin - Plugin for Mobile JSF Kit
Plugin owner: ehsulve
Website: http://www.ericsson.com/mobilityworld/sub/open/technologies/open_development_tips/tools/netbeans_template
Added: 2007-12-12
License: GNU Lesser General Public License v2.1
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Introduction

NetBeans Template for Mobile JSF Kit is a NetBeans plug-in to help developers to quickly get started with a Mobile JSF application.

The plug-in adds templates for creating new Mobile JSF projects and new Mobile JSF files. This plug-in also installs the MobileFaces R2B library, which makes it easier for JSF developers to import the library to their existing applications.

The NetBeans IDE (Integrated Development Environment) is a free, open-source IDE for creating professional cross-platform desktop, enterprise, web and mobile applications. The NetBeans IDE provides an open architecture for developers to develop their own models, such as project templates, palettes and applications.

A getting started document provides a step-by-step instruction on how to download and install the plug-in as well as how to create, run and test a Mobile JSF application. You can get started with a Mobile JSF application by just following a few steps:

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1. Download and install the NetBeans Template for Mobile JSF Kit.

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2. Create a new Mobile JSF project in the NetBeans IDE.

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3. Run the application.

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4. Test the application using a web and WAP browser.

Tutorials for creating, for example, your own project and file templates to NetBeans can be found at the NetBeans website.

Previous versions of NetBeans Template for Mobile JSF Kit

By Peter Yeung and Pär Johansson

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Download link Broken

Great plugin, but I can not download and use it.
This is the response from http://www.ericsson.com/mobilityworld/sub/open/technologies/open_development_tips/tools/netbeans_template, "We're sorry but the page you are looking for does not exist, but here are some that do."

Please assist
Posted by kimutua on Oct 09, 2013
  

Memory footprint and performance ++?

1. What is the memory footprint by adding JSF to a mobile application? Is it noticeable?
2. Performance: Any performance issues related to using JSF on a mobile?
3. Any other experience creating mobile JSF applications?
4. What is the motivation behind creating mobile JSF applications? Port existing JSF applications to mobile applications with no hazzle? Wouldn't it be better to write something from scratch instead of just porting an ordinary JSF web application to a mobile application, when it comes to memory footprint and performance?

I haven't spent much time trying the mobile JSF API, but since I've developed other JSF applications, I'm curious about this :)
Posted by viggonavarsete on Dec 20, 2007
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