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Mastering OmniFaces Paperback – October 5, 2015
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if you are new to JavaServer Faces this book is for you. Its very verrrrrry fluid and easy to understand (not with standing research on the reader's end due to the infusion of some advanced topics here and there).
Chapter one JSF Components, all 260 pages of it (albeit some advanced information here and there), is dedicated to beginners of JavaServer Faces and how to "make jsf life easier" with OmniFaces short cuts.
PAGE 1 you hit the road running building your first JavaServer faces form: first name, last name, email, password; it even shows you how to build an Email Validator, where you enter an email twice to make sure you entered the right email.
Another form was the Internationalization form; where you click on a country's flag image and your web page switches between english to french vice versa; i found that to be pretty snazzy.
With each JavaServer Faces code there is a compare/contrast/shortcut/improve on how it could be done using OmniFaces.
Chapters 2 and 4 tackle Validators and Convertors that's a must for every wanna be JSF developer
Chapters 3, 5 through 9 are advanced topics on how to manipulate and play with OmniFaces/JSF.
Through out my readings of the 2 books written by this author i would have to say his knowledge in the field of JavaServer Faces is unsurpassed, extensively vast and in my opinion rules supreme.
OmniFaces' tag line is "to make JSF life easier" short, to point and definitely lives up to its reputation.