The JSF Expert Group has just released another draft of the JSF 2.0 specification, Early Draft Review 2. There are many new features in this draft, including early implementations of composite components and Ajax. Please read the preface of the spec prose document to see the list changes.

This draft of the specification is fully implemented (though the TCK is not yet finished) and can be downloaded at the Mojarra nightly build area.

Also, I'm planning to have a free live webinar in mid-October where I'll go through the features in the new draft so you can be sure you've been exposed to all the new changes since JSF 1.2. I'll post the detials on this blog when I have a date.

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  • 392 Guest Newbie
    Ed, Thank you for working on JSF 2.0, which hopes makes it more easier to develop applications and becomes the standard framework so we don't have to deal with many. One irritating issue is when we need to prefix the context path for urls for ex., href and src.  Isn't automatically prefixing the context path when href/src starts with "/" makes more sense and ease the developers a lot? //