While working on a Java™Server Faces (JSF) project recently, I had the pleasure of using Facelets for the first time. What I most liked about Facelets was that it let me create reusable composition components. Being able to take a page (like a JSP) and turn it into a component has been a real boon to my JSF development ever since. My conclusion? If you're not using Facelets, you're not getting the most you can out of JSF.
Build a real-world Web application with JavaServer Faces, the Spring Framework, and Hibernate By Derek Yang Shen, JavaWorld.com, 07/19/04 JavaServer Faces (JSF) technology is a new user interface framework for J2EE applications.
This month, Rizon Software's CTO Paul Tabor joins me on my quest to dispel the FUD about JSF. In this article, we'll work through the concepts of JSF's conversion and validation framework, which is much simpler to use and far more flexible than you may think. We'll start with an introduction to conversion and validation procedures as they apply to the JSF lifecycle, then demonstrate a default conversion and validation procedure in a simple JSF application. We'll also show you how to create and plug-in your own custom implementations to deal with more demanding scenarios. As Rick has in previous articles, we'll focus on both theory and practice, explaining the concepts and then walking through them with a working example.
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Sunday November 11, 2007 My IndicThreads 07 presentations in Pune, India I recently had the privilege of traveling to Pune, India and presenting at the IndicThreads conference. Here are the materials for my three presentations:
Contrary to popular belief, it's possible to write Java™Server Faces (JSF) applications without knowing every little detail of how the technology works. You can learn a tremendous amount by just giving yourself a project and cobbling through it to the end. On the other hand, understanding certain fundamentals will make your development efforts much more rewarding -- and a lot less time-consuming. In this second article in the JSF for nonbelievers series, I'll walk you through the six phases of the JSF request processing lifecycle. I'll explain what happens in each phase and how the phases interconnect, then use an example application to demonstrate the lifecycle in action. Along the way, I'll also show how to work with some of the built-in JSF components briefly touched on in Part 1 .
This tutorial facilitates the first steps with the quite new framework JavaServer Faces ( JSF ). Step by step an example application (a library) will be created, which illustrate the different elements of the framework. The example application will provide the following functionality. Display a book overview (list of books) Add, edit and delete a book
These tutorials have now been split into three major sections: the JSF 2.0 tutorials , the PrimeFaces tutorials , and the JSF 1.x tutorials . Please note that the JSF 1 tutorials are no longer being maintained, and are for reference for legacy projects only. The JSF 1 tutorial covers JSF 1 with Apache MyFaces, and the the JSF 2 tutorial covers JSF 2 with the Mojarra JSF2 implementation (but applies to all JSF 2 implementations), and the PrimeFaces tutorial covers PrimeFaces on top of JSF 2. All the sections use Eclipse, but of course none of the actual JSF code is Eclipse-specific. If you are new to JSF, I strongly recommend JSF 2: it is both more powerful and easier to use as compared to JSF 1.
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