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RichFaces components client-side JavaScript API
Posted: April 19, 2011Published: May 28, 2010
Author: Max Katz
Many rich components (from rich: tag library) provide client-side JavaScript API. Being client-side means it’s happening only in the browser. We would have to click submit or fire an Ajax request to submit the changes. How do you find what JavaScript functions are available on a particularity component? The place to find this information is in the User Guide.

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