user interface

PrimeFaces UI compontents

I need some examples of standard UI components in primefaces. How to use them? Which attributes do they allow?

Effects for Web Pages

In the 1990s web pages were really boring because they offered only static content that did not interact with the user's actions. Nowadays, thanks to technologies like AJAX and Flash we have the possibility to enhance websites with stunning effects and interactivity. <strong>Challenge:</strong> <ul> <li>Find an easy way of adding stunning effects and interactivity to your web page.</li> </ul>

Add a custom Ribbon to a database in Access 2007

Ribbon was introduced in Microsoft Office 2007 as part of its "Fluent User Interface" and has became a well known and quite often used part of graphical user interface of applications (specifically on MS Windows). In MS Access prior the 2007 version the user interface of an database application was implemented by standard GUI elements such as forms, buttons, menus and context menus. The users of MS Office 2007 are used to work with Ribbon and are familiar with its advantages e.g. its shortcut system, we want to provide them with a custom Ribbon interface of Access 2007 database application.

Semantic annotation in collaborative content systems (like wiki)

Collaborative content systems accumulated in short time a huge amount of good quality well lectured data, being in some cases a real alternative to traditional lexicons. The natural next step is the wish to exploit this human language data programmatically, allow the "machine" to understand the data, make it machine accessible. Although some information can be extracted with the general approaches of usual information extraction from web data, enriching the texts with some kind of semantic annotation would certainly lead to a new level of utility. This annotation shall be done manually by the editors. One important constraint is thus surely ease of use (simple editing, simple syntax), which is arguably one important factor for the sucess of wiki systems and in general an seamless integration in the existing system should be envisaged, so that the user isn't required to learn to much new or readapt to a change environment. This structured information, which will be inputted by the user in some simple syntax, has to be extractible and convertible to standard formats, particularly RDF (Resource Description Framework). Third step is to provide this information as a data service.
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