Ajax Action
a4j:ajax
a4j:commandButton
a4j:commandLink
a4j:actionListener
a4j:jsFunction
a4j:poll
a4j:push
a4j:param
Ajax Queue
a4j:queue
a4j:attachQueue
Ajax Output/Containers
a4j:outputPanel
a4j:status
a4j:region
a4j:mediaOutput
a4j:log
Validation
Client Side Validation
rich:graphValidator
rich:message
rich:messages
rich:notify
Data Iteration
a4j:repeat
rich:dataTable
rich:extendedDataTable
rich:collapsibleSubTable
rich:dataScroller
rich:list
rich:dataGrid
Trees
rich:tree
Tree Adaptors
Output/Panels
rich:chart
rich:panel
rich:togglePanel
rich:tabPanel
rich:collapsiblePanel
rich:accordion
rich:popupPanel
rich:progressBar
rich:tooltip
Menus
rich:panelMenu
rich:toolbar
rich:contextMenu
rich:dropDownMenu
Inputs
rich:autocomplete
rich:calendar
rich:editor
rich:inputNumberSlider
rich:inputNumberSpinner
rich:inplaceInput
rich:fileUpload
Selects
rich:inplaceSelect
rich:select
rich:orderingList
rich:pickList
Drag and Drop
Drag and Drop
Miscellaneous
Standard elements skinning
rich:placeholder
RichFaces functions
rich:focus
rich:componentControl
rich:hashParam
rich:hotKey
rich:jQuery

This example shows how simple it can be to use push when using CDI Events, effectively decoupling event producers and consumers across the view layer.

The only necessary step is to qualify your CDI Event producer with @Push annotation (with topic name parameter). More details can be found in PushBean.java example bellow.

The following link opens the consumer-client window - you can even copy the link and open it in separate browser (simulating two distinct users, who don't share sessions).

Messages Consumer

Use the input bellow to send a message to all of the windows opened by the above link: