December 8th, 2008 by Lincoln Baxter III

PrettyFaces 1.1.0 Released

A new release of the PrettyFaces JSF extension for Bookmarkable/Pretty URLs is now availible for download. This release includes several new features.
  • Enhanced internal navigation/redirects. Returning “pretty:” from a JSF action method, or Pretty action method will cause a redirect to the current page. Effectively a refresh.
  • Added the <pretty:link> component.
  • Added attribute to Pretty action method configuration, allowing targeting of action methods to specific JSF phases in the lifecycle.
View the documentation here, for PrettyFaces.


PrettyFaces is an OpenSource JSF extension which enables creation of bookmarkable, pretty URLs made easy. Our goal was to solve this problem as simply as possible, while still enabling a useful set of functions such as: page-load actions, integration with faces navigation, dynamic view-id assignment, and managed parameter parsing. All of this without introducing unnecessary coupling.
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One Comment

  1. Lincoln says:

    Version 1.1.2 has been released to fix a NullPointerException issue that could occur when passing null as a mappingId for the pretty:link component.

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