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JavaServer Faces JSF is quickly emerging as the leading solution for rapid user interface development in Java-based server-side applications.
He is president of Clarity Training Inc. Cay S. Horstmann is a professor of computer science at San Jose State University. He has served as vice president and chief technology officer of Preview Systems Inc. When we first tried web programming with servlets and JavaServer Pages JSP , we found it to be rather unintuitive and tedious. JavaServer Faces promised to put a friendly face in front of a web application, allowing programmers to think about text fields and menus instead of fretting over page flips and request parameters.
Each of us proposed a book project to the publisher, who promptly suggested that we should jointly write the Sun Microsystems Press book on this technology. A bug fix 1. JSF is now the preeminent server-side Java web framework, and it has fulfilled most of its promises. You really can design web user interfaces by putting components on a form and linking them to Java objects, without having to mix code and markup. A strong point of JSF is its extensible component model, and a large number of third-party components have become available.
The flexible design of the framework has allowed it to grow well and accommodate new technologies such as Ajax. The framework was designed for tool support, and usable drag-and-drop GUI builders have finally emerged.
And finally, unlike competing technologies that let you tumble down a deep cliff once you step beyond the glitz, JSF supports the hard stuff—separation of presentation and business logic, navigation, connections with external services, and configuration management.
We are still excited about JSF, and we hope you will share this excitement when you learn how this technology makes you a more effective web application developer. This book is suitable for web developers whose main focus is user interface design, as well as for programmers who implement reusable components for web applications.
This is in stark contrast to the official JSF specification, a dense and pompously worded document whose principal audience is framework implementors, as well as long-suffering book authors. The first half of the book, extending through Chapter 6, focuses on the JSF tags. These tags are similar to HTML form tags.
They are the basic building blocks for JSF user interfaces. No programming is required for use of the tags. Starting with Chapter 7, we begin JSF programming in earnest. You will learn how to perform advanced tasks, and how to extend the JSF framework. Here are the main topics of the second part:. We encourage you to have a peek at that chapter as soon as you become comfortable with the basics of JSF. There are helpful notes on debugging and logging, and we also give you implementation details and working code for features that are missing from JSF, such as file uploads, pop-up menus, and a pager component for long tables.
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JavaServer Faces JSF is quickly emerging as the leading solution for rapid user interface development in Java-based server-side applications. Now, the 1 guide to JSF has been thoroughly updated to reflect the latest feature enhancements, the powerful new role in Ajax development, and the open source innovations that make JSF even more valuable. Drawing on unsurpassed insider knowledge of the Java platform, they present answers, solutions, hints, tips, and "how-tos" for writing superior JSF 1. He is president of Clarity Training Inc. Cay S. Horstmann is a professor of computer science at San Jose State University.
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