Building a Simple JavaServer Faces Application


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Building a Simple JavaServer Faces Application
1011400Building a Simple JavaServer Faces ApplicationOne of the best ways to learn a new technology is to work through a simple, yet practical example. Toward this end, this chapter develops a typical Web registration application using JavaServer Faces (JSF) technology. A Web registration application provides just enough functionality to show how to use the core JSF technologies, such as User Interface (UI) components, managed beans, the navigation model, and basic data validation and conversion. In later chapters this registration application will be incorporated into a larger, more comprehensive “Virtual Trainer…
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Ed Burns; Chris Schalk; Neil Griffin: JavaServer Faces 2.0: The Complete Reference. Building a Simple JavaServer Faces Application, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2010), AccessEngineering Export