This book is a good introduction and manual for JSF 2.0.
The biggest complaint I have with this book is that it seems to have not been edited very well and certain details are scattered throughout the book.
Having reached past page 100 of the book, I feel compelled to pause for a moment and offer my review of it.
Hard to understand for beginner, jump back and forth w/ chapters, expert group insight is non-sense. Few example snapshot, lots of grammar mistake and explain the wrong stuff. Read morePublished 18 months ago by hua
Although this is my only book on JavaServer Faces 2.0, I selected it based on the author's knowledge and relevance.Published 19 months ago by Reid Martin
This book is complete and covers the entire framework. I can't think of a better reference in JSF 2.0. I recommend.Published 22 months ago by adrianostanley
I purchased this book in the hopes of gaining a much more thorough understanding of the JSF 2.0 framework. Read morePublished on May 29, 2012 by Michael Dailous
The first chapters start out OK. However, the code for the Vitual Trainer does not compile. There are required jars that the book fails to tell you about. Read morePublished on September 29, 2011 by Raymond W. Champion III
This book is a good introduction and manual for JSF 2.0. However 300 of the 700 pages are definitions of the faces-config.xml elements and JSF Standard Component Tag Library. Read morePublished on October 30, 2010 by JohnR
This book was an OK overview, but If you really want to learn JSF 2.0 you're going to need more than this book. Read morePublished on October 30, 2010 by stirling
I haven't finished this book yet but I'm mostly pleased with it so far. I'm in chapter 9.
The biggest complaint I have with this book is that it seems to have not been... Read more
It is a nice, well written book. While based on a simple practical example project (the JSFReg), it covers most if not all of the JSF2.0 specification. Read morePublished on October 1, 2010 by Roberto Juarez Maldonado