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What RichFaces a4j:ajax adds on top JSF 2 f:ajax tag
Posted: October 25, 2010Published: August 19, 2010
Author: Max Katz
TJSF 2 now has basic Ajax support via f:ajax tag. RichFaces 3 has a very popular a4j:support tag (in fact, f:ajax was inspired by a4j:support). RichFaces 4 comes with a4j:ajax which is based on f:ajax but upgrades the tag with more features and advanced functionality. The table below show the attributes available in both tags and how RichFaces upgrades the core Ajax functionality in JSF 2 (I’ll cover a4j:ajax extra attributes in the future).

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