You can find the full source code for this website in the Seam package in the directory /examples/wiki. It is licensed under the LGPL.
As many of you may be aware, there have been a number of changes within Seam over the past year. Here is a quick highlight of the changes and how they may affect you and your application.
Seam 2.2 targets JBoss AS 5 and 6 as well as JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 5 - Java EE 5 based architecture Seam 2.3 targets Java EE 6 capabilities such as JSF2 and JPA2 on the JBoss Enterprise Application Platform 6 - Seam 2.3 also supports RichFaces 4 which is also available for commercial support via Web Framework Kit. If you are looking for the long-term support with a service level agreement of Seam 2.2 and/or Seam 2.3 then please contact us at http://www.redhat.com/contact/sales.html Seam 2.3 is part of Web Framework Kit, included as part of the JBoss Enterprise Application Platform subscription .
Seam 2.3 was released in September 2012. This is an update to the Seam 2 code base to make it compatible with Jave EE 6. It runs well on JBoss AS 7.
Active development of Seam 3 has been halted by Red Hat. Many projects have moved over to Apache DeltaSpike , and others have been absorbed into different projects. Please see the below table for information about where the functionality from each module has gone and how you can participate.
|Seam Project||Where it's going|
|Seam Catch||Apache DeltaSpike|
|Seam Config||Apache Aries|
|Seam Drools||Drools Project|
|Seam Faces||Apache DeltaSpike and JSF 2.2|
|Seam International||Apache DeltaSpike|
|Seam JMS||JSR 343|
|Seam Persistence||Apache DeltaSpike and JTA 1.1|
|Seam Servlet||CDI 1.1|
|Seam Spring||Proposed for Apache DeltaSpike|
|Seam Validation||Bean Validation 1.1|
|Seam Wicket||Apache Wicket|
|PDF and Spreadsheets||TBD|
Seam has been designed from the ground up to eliminate complexity at both architecture and API levels. It enables developers to assemble complex web applications using simple annotated Java classes, a rich set of UI components, and very little XML. Seam's unique support for conversations and declarative state management can introduce a more sophisticated user experience while at the same time eliminating common bugs found in traditional web applications.
If you are a new Seam user, follow this roadmap to get started quickly. If you want to contribute to Seam, register on this website and join the Seam Community. If you are interested in development of Seam, see the list of open issues and tasks by priority.
Seam is based on the Java EE platform. That's why reinvestment in Java EE standards is crucial to Seam's future. Many ideas which originated in the Seam ecosystem are being contributed back to the Java EE specification by Red Hat, being refined in the process. The most notable initiative is JSR-299: Java Context and Dependency Injection. This website is home of the reference implementation, Weld. Check out the development page to get involved. The Seam community also has lots of ideas for JSF 2.0 and JSF 2.1, so check out those pages to keep up with the proposals.