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Editor Development using JSF

 
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Hi,
In our project we need to develop an editor for our client. The editor is almost like the one which we get in yahoo.mail.com (when we click on the compose button). I am thinking of considering Java Server Faces for the editor development. Is it the best choice ? Need your suggestions.

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Porkodi.
 
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It should be a thin client.
 
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Your editor is going to have to use javascript.

MyFaces has an HTML Editor component based on KUPU.
 
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