Exadel Announces Breakthrough Integration of JSF and Flex

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Exadel™, a leading provider of Web 2.0-based Enterprise solutions and Professional Services, today announced Exadel Fiji™, the company's new Rich Internet Application library enabling the integration of JSF and Adobe Flex. Fiji provides a natural and simplified extension to the JBoss RichFaces JSF component library. (RichFaces was contributed to Open Source at jboss.org in March of 2007.) Fiji is the brainchild of the original creators of RichFaces and Ajax4jsf. It is available for download at http://exadel.com/web/portal/fiji.

Exadel™, a leading provider of Web 2.0-based Enterprise solutions and Professional Services, today announced Exadel Fiji™, the company's new Rich Internet Application library enabling the integration of JSF and Adobe Flex. Fiji provides a natural and simplified extension to the JBoss RichFaces JSF component library. (RichFaces was contributed to Open Source at jboss.org in March of 2007.) Fiji is the brainchild of the original creators of RichFaces and Ajax4jsf. It is available for download at http://exadel.com/web/portal/fiji.

Exadel's Fiji provides Rich Internet Application developers with a natural and simple way to introduce the richness and capabilities of Adobe Flex into applications developed using the popular JSF framework. Many business owners have wanted charts, graphs, and table presentations in their systems. However, this richness is challenging to develop using pure JSF. "Until today, the ability to easily introduce Flex components into a JSF application has been close to impossible. We are excited to introduce Fiji into the market and give the RichFaces community the flexibility to select the richest user interface technology available as they develop their Web 2.0 applications," according to Donna Burke, Vice President of Marketing at Exadel.

The Web community to date has enjoyed business applications that closely resemble desk top applications. With the introduction of Fiji, Web applications are even richer. Fiji components are designed to simplify the tasks of creating charts, graphs, and data tables within Web applications. Fiji supports extensive interoperability between Flex and JSF, eliminating a tremendous amount of hand coding.

"Flex and JSF have both been widely adopted by the Java Community. In many instances developers must choose between the two technologies. The Fiji Framework alleviates this decision by providing a simple and seamless way to integrate Flex and JSF," said James Ward, Technical Evangelist at Adobe Systems.

Fiji builds upon Exadel's innovative approach to leveraging the Web 2.0 and Rich Internet Applications. Exadel has development centers in US and Eastern Europe to assist you in Web 2.0 Enablement. For additional information and to see an online demo of Exadel's products, visit http://www.exadel.com.

About Exadel
Exadel™, Inc is the leading provider of innovative Web 2.0 application software and professional services that help organizations deploy the rich Internet applications they need to claim leadership in their markets. The company specializes in delivering fast, scalable and cost-effective solutions that leverage a global sourcing model and Open Source technologies to reduce application lifecycle costs and improve overall productivity. Exadel also offers a comprehensive suite of enterprise information access solutions that makes the next generation of collective business intelligence software as collaborative and easy to use as the web.

Founded in 1998, Exadel is privately owned with headquarters in the San Francisco Bay Area and development offices located in New York, Chicago, Minsk, Moscow and Ukraine. For more information, go to http://www.exadel.com or call 1.888.4EXADEL.

Note to Editors: Exadel and dVision are trademarks or registered trademarks of Exadel, Inc. Adobe Flex is a registered trademark of Adobe in the USA and other countries. Other product or company names mentioned may be trademarks or tradenames of their respective owners.

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