SN#9402 Java[TM] Specification Request 127: JavaServer[TM] Faces Technology

SN#9402 Java[TM] Specification Request 127: JavaServer[TM] Faces Technology

Post by John J. McLaughli » Wed, 09 Apr 2003 01:17:50



SYSTEM NEWS FOR SUN USERS
Vol 62 Issue 1 2003-03-31  Article 9402 from section "Java[TM] Technology"

     Public Review to Close April 18, 2003

     The public review for Java[TM] Specification Request (JSR) 127 will close
     on April 18, 2003. During the public review process, early access versions
     of the reference implementation will be available for the purpose of
     soliciting developer feedback prior to creation of the final draft.

     The purpose of JSR 127 is essentially to facilitate the task of developers
     who, using Servlet/JavaServer Pages[TM] (JSP[TM]) technology, construct Web
     sites that provide complex GUIs and typically use a specially created
     infrastructure for the reuse of form parts, and who wish as well to make
     changes to the style and behavior of all the GUI elements on the site. This
     approach can make it difficult to use generic level programming tools and
     environments as the site's GUI software becomes increasingly idiosyncratic.

     The JSR 127 expert group approached its work with the belief that an
     off-the-shelf tool should simplify such tasks as arranging and reusing GUI
     components and interconnecting both component state and input handling with
     the objects defining an application's behavior. JSR 127 was therefore
     drafted in the attempt to define a standard set of JSP tags and Java[TM]
     Foundation Classes/Swing API (J.F.C./Swing) that simplify building JSP
     application GUIs.

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1. SN#9403 Java[TM] Specification Request 97: JavaHelp[TM] 2.0 Specification

SYSTEM NEWS FOR SUN USERS
Vol 62 Issue 2 2003-04-07  Article 9403 from section "Java[TM] Technology"

     Java[TM] Specification Request (JSR) 97: JavaHelp[TM] 2.0 Specification is
     now in its public review phase, which closes May 1, 2003. This major update
     to the JavaHelp 1.0 Specification features enhancements to merging,
     multi-topic printing, improved secondary window and popup usage, HelpSet
     presentation controls and additional Navigators.

     Developers and authors can use JavaHelp software, which is a full-featured,
     platform-independent, extensible help system, to incorporate online help in
     applets, components, applications, operating systems and devices. In
     addition, authors can use the JavaHelp software to deliver online
     documentation for the Web and corporate Intranet.

     The new specification will benefit the Java technology community with the
     following operations:

     - Merging
     - Printing
     - Secondary Windows and Popups
     - Dynamic Context Sensitive Help
     - Tooltips
     - Toolbar
     - Navigators
     - Dynamic Update
     - Presentation Control

Details at http://sun.systemnews.com/62/2/ja/index.shtml#9403

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