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annotations "This modification removes the HTML descriptions from the webui-jsf.tld Dec 14, 2007
doc Submitted by: rjspellman Aug 28, 2008
example-facelets Created a new Facelets example. This is a simple port from the existing Jun 17, 2008
example-html Updating example to reflect recent script tag changes. Jul 16, 2008
example Fix for issue#1305 Jul 2, 2008
ide-plugins/netbeans Increments OpenIDE Spec number to 2.3.5 for the upcoming Woodstock 4.… Jun 2, 2008
jmaki Modified code with temporary fix for Firefox 3. Jul 15, 2008
jslib The popupMenu demo in example-html does not position correctly without Jun 14, 2008
master Added example-facelets to master build. Jun 17, 2008
maven Issue number: commented out swedish locale jar from getting included … Apr 29, 2008
themeDoc 1. The jslib and jmaki modules produce zip files, named Jun 13, 2008
themes Adding .gitkeep file in the empty folders Apr 6, 2017
tools Added wrappers for button and text. Jun 13, 2008
webui Fixed bug in EL resolver that incorrectly threw an exception when a p… Jun 16, 2009 Update Jun 14, 2017
LICENSE Create LICENSE Apr 25, 2017 Update Sep 27, 2017

Woodstock Project

(This is legacy only and not currently being maintained. From the legacy index page, the following was written at the head of the project home page)

Woodstock components are User Interface Components for the web, based on Java Server Faces and AJAX. The powerful and intuitive web applications created with Woodstock are accessible and localizable, and based on a uniform set of guidelines and components to help ensure ease of development and ease of use. This experience is greatly enriched by the cooperation of individuals in the web community, and the rapid introduction of new technologies by members of that community.

The Woodstock release 4.2 is the last official version of Woodstock that Sun will release. Sun will continue to support its customers that have built on top of Woodstock 4.2. The Project Woodstock code is still available, and community members can still create new features or enhancements. For future development or migration of existing Woodstock projects, Sun is officially endorsing ICEfaces as the replacement technology for Woodstock. legacy e-mail may be located from this index page: