From JSF and PrimeFaces to WebComponents--A Conversation With Cagatay Civici

An airhacks.fm podcast conversation with Cagatay Civici (@cagataycivici) about starting with Java, interfaces and return statements, IBM RAD JSF, Sun JSF Woodstock, Apache MyFaces, Apache MyFaces Tomahawk, JSF Chart Creator, Apache MyFaces Tobago, Oracle's ADF, YUI, jQuery and JSF, the non-dependency mindset, building complex UI components, Jakarta EE and microprofile, a scientific approach to design, choosing colors and color palletes, ideas for themes, standards and PrimeFaces, keeping up with Angular, React and WebComponents, StencilJS, PrimeFaces NG, an opensource model with commercial support, why "Prime", component sponsorship, performance under pressure and PrimeTek.

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