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From Apache Wiki <wikidi...@apache.org>
Subject [Myfaces Wiki] Update of "GSoC2010_HTML5" by Ali Ok
Date Thu, 18 Mar 2010 23:35:59 GMT
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The "GSoC2010_HTML5" page has been changed by Ali Ok.
http://wiki.apache.org/myfaces/GSoC2010_HTML5?action=diff&rev1=1&rev2=2

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- Google Summer of Code 2010: Project "HTML5 RenderKit for Apache MyFaces2"
+ == THIS WIKI IS  NOT FINAL ==
+ Google Summer of Code 2010: Project
  
- Student: Ali OK
- Mentor: Matthias Wessendorf
+ === "HTML5 RenderKit for Apache MyFaces2" ===
+ Student: Ali OK <aliok A T aliok D O T com D O T tr>
  
+ Mentor: Matthias Wessendorf<matzew A T apache D O T org>
- Initial discussion:
- http://old.nabble.com/-GSOC--HTML5-Renderkit-Start-up-td27748075.html
  
+ Initial discussion: http://old.nabble.com/-GSOC--HTML5-Renderkit-Start-up-td27748075.html
+ 
+ === Description ===
+ HTML5 Renderkit for Apache MyFaces2 will deliver a set of JSF components to integrate browsers
with Java Server Faces server-side rendering technology.  With the project, several new JSF
components which use new or updated HTML5 elements will be delivered. Furthermore, new functional
behaviours like HTML5 drag&drop will be supported on JSF side.
+ 
+ A new namespace, preferably hx, will be used for new JSF components. Some examples are:
+ 
+  * hx:inputEmail : Email Input (new with HTML5)
+  * hx:inputText: Will extend JSF HTML component h:input with new capabilities like HTML5
suggestions
+ 
+ For the new functional behaviours, a new namespace, preferably fx, will be used for JSF
components similiar to:
+ 
+  * fx:dragAndDrop : New HTML5 standard drag and drop functionality
+ 
+ Currently, HTML5 spec is in the [[http://lists.whatwg.org/pipermail/whatwg-whatwg.org/2009-October/023849.html|"Last
Call" state]]. Most browsers started to support new elements, and many leading websites started
to use HTML5.
+ 
+ === Schedule ===
+ 

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