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miercuri, 4 martie 2015

HighFaces - Ultimate JSF2 / Chart Library based on HighCharts

What are you using for building charts in JSF ? PrimeFaces charts? HighCharts ? Well, is good to know that based on HighCharts, but in JSF style, we can use HighFaces. Here it is a simple example from HighFaces Showcase:

Simple Java bean:
public class LineChartBean {

    protected List<Integer> simpleList;
    public List<Integer> getSimpleList() {
        return simpleList;
    public LineChartBean() {

    private void reload() {
        simpleList = new ArrayList<>();
        Random r = new Random();
        for (int i = 2000; i < 2010; i++) {
            simpleList.add(r.nextInt(500) + 800);   


JSF page:
<hf:chart type="line" value="# {lineChartBean.simpleList}" var="point"
     point="# {point}" title="List of Integer values" xaxisLabel="Index" yaxisLabel="Amount"/>


Easy to install:

New versions are submitted to Maven Central, so you can easily add it to your maven based projects:


HighFaces source code including the showcase can be found at here
Bugs and Feature Requests can be submitted here.


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