Here’s what I have on my desktop now, thanks to GeekTool and some simple one-line scripts.
Here are the useful command line arguments:
In your XHTML Page:
In your backing bean:
// to show up where globalOnly messages appear facesMessages.add("Changes were not applied..."); // do your field-level validation facesMessages.addToControl("name", "Name was not valid.");
Update your CSS to fit your style preferences.
Here’s a list of annotations that you can use to validate java beans:
From Depressed Programmer.
Need to enable file download support in a Seam application? Here’s how. Make sure you’re running Seam version 2.1.2 or later.
I found an interesting set of Java tools at OnyxBits. Included is an animated gif maker, LDAP utilities, a program for drawing comics, and more.
If you use a SWT Scale object (a.k.a. a Slider), you might want to have it move as your user uses their scroll wheel on their mouse. Here’s the code to make it happen. Continue reading SWT Scale and Scroll Mouse
Free download Axence NetTools includes a network scanner, inbound/outbound connection monitor (NetStat), port scanner, and other network and bandwidth measuring tools.
Also worthwhile is the Daily Cup of Tech’s PC System Repair System on a USB Key.
The command line “tail -f” is so useful, it’s frustrating when you work on a Windows server that has no built-in equivalent. BareTail might be a reasonable download to use in its stead.