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JavaServer Faces (JSF) is the standard Java EE technology for building web user interfaces. It provides a powerful framework for developing server-side applications, allowing you to cleanly separate visual presentation and application logic. JSF 2.0 is a major upgrade, which not only adds many useful features but also greatly simplifies the programming model by using annotations and “convention over configuration for common tasks.
To help you quickly tap into the power of JSF 2.0, the third edition ofCore JavaServer(tm) Faceshas been completely updated to make optimum use of all the new features. The book includes
Core JavaServer(tm) Faces, Third Edition,provides everything you need to master the powerful and time-saving features of JSF 2.0 and is the perfect guide for programmers developing Java EE 6 web apps on Glassfish or another Java EE 6-compliant application servers, as well as servlet runners such as Tomcat 6.
David Geary is president of Clarity Training Inc. (http://corewebdevelopment.com), a training and consulting company and is the author of eight books on Java technology, including the best-selling Graphic Java™ 2 series (1999), Advanced JavaServer Pages (2001), and Google™ Web Toolkit Solutions (2008), all from Prentice Hall. David is a member of the JSF expert group, a frequent speaker at many software conferences, a Java Champion, and is a three-time JavaOne Rock Star.
Cay S. Horstmann is principal author of Core Java™ Volumes I & II, Eighth Edition (Prentice Hall, 2008). Cay is a professor of computer science at San Jose State University, a Java Champion, and a frequent speaker at computer industry conferences.
An update to the JSF version 1.1 book I have. I like the way things are explained in the earlier edition, so, it's a no brainer why I decide to go with this book for JSF 2.x. :-)Published 16 months ago by EsCee
This book was terrible. The setup explanation was so terrible that I spent HOURS just trying to get the sample code to run. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Anthony Scialo
I am totally satisfied with the book contents. It's good reference for JSF. Book covers every aspect of JSF from concepts to its implementation.Published 24 months ago by Rakesh Raj Shrestha
This is a great book that explain all of java server faces 2.0. It would be good a new version of this book with jsf 2.2.
Book is compheresive and detailed.
My only objection subjective is about JSF itself that it doesn't meet my expectations. Beside that, book is spotless.