Thursday, December 30, 2010
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The second one : Getting the Customer Involved
The third one : Does Agile Limit Financial Rewards for an Individual?
These three news summarize answers about interesting questions. They contain a lot of good links to other news, articles and books.
Introduction to project management with Scrum
Traps and Pitfalls of Agile Software Development
Johanna Rothman: Agile Risk Reduction for Traditional Teams
Myths of Kanban
Smart agile by ivar jacobson
This article has been published first on Javalobby
I use JSF and especially Richfaces for 1 year. During this year I had a few issues with Richfaces popups.
Richfaces popups had the following issues
- The popup component is stored in the components tree although it is not displayed. On some use cases, the complete popup sub tree can be stored in the tree.
- So popups are display off when user reloads the page, that generates inconsistent state.
- A lot of popups on the same page, that significates a lot of rich:modalPanel components, increases file size and decreases readability.
- Popups don't stack easily (A calls B or B calls A mean different zindex for A and B).
One of my coworker said richfaces popup component doesn’t scale because each sort of popup requires a specific declaration. The team had create a JSF fragment file that contains all the popup components whatever their domains or the business logic location in package and module.
My opinion is that a popup should be part of the UI logic. It should not be a component you add like a textbox but it would rather be a window you create with a createPopup method.
Ok let's try to improve popup logic.
I created this blog to share my tought on development and to keep and share tought of others.
I have interrest in Java, JEE (JSF, Hibernate...), Maven, Agile, etc.
Let's start with an article I have written for DZone.