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Jochen Szostek
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Hi all,

I'm working on a webapp with a (Spring) Faces front-end.
Now I would like to include an image gallery.

Someone in here knows where I could find an open source jsf (or java) based gallery?
Or perhaps it's peace of cake with some existing jsf components for me to build one?

All comments welcome.
Thanks in advance & kind regards,

Jochen
 
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Your question is too general and vague. What exactly is your interpretation of "image gallery"?
 
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Bauke Scholtz wrote:Your question is too general and vague. What exactly is your interpretation of "image gallery"?


Sorry, I will try to explain a bit better.

What I'm actually looking for is a way to allow the users of my website/webapp to create galleries and upload images in their galleries.
Something like the PHP image gallery "coppermine" does but of course running in a Java environment and it doens't need to have all those special features.

I realise that the chance of finding a JSF based package for this might be slim but if someone would be able to point me to some jsf components which could help me building my own little coppermine version, that would also be appreciated a lot. An open source non JSF (but Java based!) solution would also be great of course.

I hope this explains better what I'm looking for.

Thanks and greets,

Jochen

EDIT: ps: I've already browsed through sourceforge a bit but haven't found anything good yet.
 
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No one library comes to mind, sorry.

You could create it yourself with under each h:graphicImage to display image and t:dataList to iterate over images.
 
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Bauke Scholtz wrote:No one library comes to mind, sorry.

You could create it yourself with under each h:graphicImage to display image and t:dataList to iterate over images.


Thanks for the help. I think so too it might be a good idea to create one myself.

I already found an existing open source project with admin section which I might modify to use a jsf front end:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/triarcticphoto

Greets,

Jochen

btw / ps: Interesting and futuristic blog you have, added myself as a follower.
 
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You´re welcome.

But, futuristic? Haven´t heard that before. It´s not science fiction ;)
 
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Bauke Scholtz wrote:You´re welcome.

But, futuristic? Haven´t heard that before. It´s not science fiction ;)


Y3K seems pretty futuristic to me! Must be really awesome to live in Curacao. You think there are still a lot of jobs open for Dutch speaking J2EE developers?
 
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Jochen Szostek wrote:Y3K seems pretty futuristic to me!

Oh, that! Hehe.
Must be really awesome to live in Curacao. You think there are still a lot of jobs open for Dutch speaking J2EE developers?

Here´s a shortage of professional Java EE developers. I know that under each SQL Integrator is still looking for more Java EE developers.

But we go offtopic ;)
 
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