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About Ed Burns
His areas of professional interests include web application frameworks, AJAX, reducing complexity, test driven development, requirements gathering, and computer supported collaborative work. Before working on JavaServer Faces, Ed worked on a wide variety of client and server side web technologies since 1994, including NCSA Mosaic, Mozilla, the Sun Java Plugin, Jakarta Tomcat, the Cosmo Create HTML authoring tool, and the web transport layer in the Irix operating system from Silicon Graphics.
Ed is an experienced international conference speaker, with consistently high attendence numbers and ratings at Oracle OpenWorld, Oracle CodeOne, JavaOne (Rockstar award winner 2016), Devoxx, JavaPolis, GeekOut, Code Europe, The GlobalCode Developer's Conference, DevNexus, JAOO, JAX, W-JAX, No Fluff Just Stuff, JA-SIG, DOAG, JavaLand, ConFESS, JSF Days, The Ajax Experience, and Java and Linux User Groups.
He has published four books with McGraw-Hill, JavaServerFaces: The Complete Reference (2006), Secrets of the Rockstar Programmers: Riding the IT crest (2008) JavaServer Faces 2.0: The Complete Reference (2010) and Hudson Continuous Integration In Practice (2013). Further information and blogs may be found at http://purl.oclc.org/NET/edburns/.
The Definitive Guide to JavaServer Faces 2.0
Fully revised and updated for all of the changes in JavaServer Faces (JSF) 2.0, this comprehensive volume covers every aspect of the official standard Web development architecture for JavaEE. Inside this authoritative resource, the co-spec lead for JSF at Sun Microsystems shows you how to create dynamic, cross-browser Web applications that deliver a world-class user experience while preserving a high level of code quality and maintainability.
JavaServer Faces 2.0: The Complete Reference features an integrated sample application to use as a model for your own JSF applications, with code available online. The book explains all JSF features, including the request processing lifecycle, managed beans, page navigation, component development, Ajax, validation, internationalization, and security. Expert Group Insights throughout the book offer insider information on the design of JSF.
- Set up a development environment and build a JSF application
- Understand the JSF request processing lifecycle
- Use the Facelets View Declaration Language, managed beans, and the JSF expression language (EL)
- Define page flow with the JSF Navigation Model, including the new "Implicit Navigation" feature
- Work with the user interface component model and the JSF event model, including support for bookmarkable pages and the POST, REDIRECT, GET pattern
- Use the new JSR-303 Bean Validation standard for model data validation
- Build Ajax-enabled custom UI components Extend JSF with custom non-UI components
- Manage security, accessibility, internationalization, and localization
- Learn how to work with JSF and Portlets from the JSF Team Leader at Liferay, the leading Java Portal vendor
Ed Burns is a senior staff engineer at Sun Microsystems and is the co-specification lead for JavaServer Faces. He is the co-author of JavaServer Faces: The Complete Reference and author of Secrets of the Rock Star Programmers.
Chris Schalk is a developer advocate and works to promote Google's APIs and technologies. He is currently engaging the international Web development community with the new Google App Engine and OpenSocial APIs.
Neil Griffin is committer and JSF Team Lead for Liferay Portal and the co-founder of The PortletFaces Project.
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Ideal for the 3+ million Java developers, this fast-paced tutorial offers in-depth coverage of JavaServer Faces (JSF) -- Sun Microsystem's Web application architecture for the future. Co-written by the #1 JSF expert in the Java community, this book offers the most complete resource on JSF available. * Extensive coverage on JSF custom component development * Serves as a thorough introduction to AJAX technology and techniques * Numerous custom JSF component examples including AJAX enabled components provided
Best Practices for Implementing Continuous Integration with Hudson
Optimize productivity while reducing risk and complexity by adopting a highly agile, "automate everything" software design philosophy. Hudson Continuous Integration in Practice shows you how to streamline and stabilize each process in your development lifecycle. Get expert tips for deploying a Hudson server, managing test and reporting frameworks, using source code management (SCM), and incorporating third-party CI tools. Distributed builds, plugin development, and system administration are also covered in this Oracle Press guide.
- Install, configure, and secure Hudson
- Automate build, integration, release, and deployment processes
- Set up jobs and add SCM from the Web-based GUI
- Administer QA tools, issue trackers, and build notifiers
- Incorporate IDEs, browsers, desktops, and mobile devices
- Publish Hudson build artifacts to Oracle Middleware utilities
- Work with plug-in manager and develop your own plugins
- Create custom dashboards and organize your jobs with views
- Develop a custom publisher, recorder, and notifier for your jobs