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JBoss RichFaces 3.3 by Demetrio Filocamo

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IDEs

You can code JSF by hand, but obviously it is better and more productive to have an IDE that automates repetitive tasks. Popular IDEs support the basic JSF functionalities, so RichFaces components are recognized without a problem. However, as RichFaces is a JBoss product, there is extra support for it in their IDE (they have an open source version and a commercial one, we'll talk about them in the next section), and you can add RichFaces automatically to JSF projects. Furthermore, they have visual component development support that can be useful in some cases.

Eclipse/JBoss Tools

JBoss Tools is a collection of Eclipse Plugins made by JBoss to support most of their own technologies such as RichFaces, Seam, Hibernate/JPA, JBoss Application ...

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