The Definitive Guide to JSF in Java EE 8: Building Web Applications with JavaServer Faces 1st ed. Edition
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From the Back Cover
- Leverage the new features in JSF 2.3 in your existing applications
- Integrate JSF and CDI
- Use the brand new Component Search Expression framework, which enables you to more easily locate components from your template
- Extend the Component Search Expression framework with your own search operators
- Work with the different ways of mapping requests to JSF, make your application use extensionless URLs, and programmatically inspect which resources are present in your application
- Master the best practices for web application development and see which are obsolete
About the Author
- Item Weight : 21.6 pounds
- Paperback : 527 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1484233867
- ISBN-13 : 978-1484233863
- Product Dimensions : 7.01 x 1.19 x 10 inches
- Publisher : Apress; 1st ed. Edition (May 30, 2018)
- Language: : English
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,347,385 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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The excitement has been entirely justified! The authors go in depth and demystify issues that are hidden 'under the hood' in the JSF framework and their resolution (Chapter 1-"History" is must reading for those of us who have always had trouble understanding the evolution of the framework and the frustrating double-standards of e.g. JSF Managed Beans and CDI); as a result they afford a much needed clarification to anyone that has worked with Java EE and JSF and always missed the 'aha-feeling' due to a lack of any information on these hidden issues. Although this book, implicitly presupposes you have some basic familiarity with JSF -other cornerstone books to get an excellent base for JSF would be "Core JSF" by D.Geary-C.Horstmann, Prentice Hall, 3rd Edition and "Java EE7 Recipes by J.Juneau APress- with close reading it is an eye opener.
Recommended to all novice and expert developers working with Java EE and JSF.
Top reviews from other countries
The only small problem: it were cool to have an e-book as addition, too.