Core java server faces (JSF) by David Geary, Cay S. Horstmann

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By David Geary, Cay S. Horstmann

JavaServer Faces (JSF) is the traditional Java EE know-how for development net person interfaces. It offers a robust framework for constructing server-side purposes, permitting you to cleanly separate visible presentation and alertness common sense. JSF 2.0 is a big improve, which not just provides many beneficial gains but in addition significantly simplifies the programming version through the use of annotations and “convention over configuration” for universal tasks.

 

To assist you fast faucet into the facility of JSF 2.0, the 3rd variation of Core JavaServer™ Faces has been thoroughly up-to-date to make optimal use of all of the new gains. The publication includes

  • Three absolutely new chapters on utilizing Facelets tags for templating, development composite elements, and constructing Ajax applications
  • Guidance on development powerful functions with minimum hand coding and greatest productivity–without requiring any wisdom of servlets or different low-level “plumbing”
  • A whole clarification of the elemental development blocks–from utilizing ordinary JSF tags, to operating with info tables, and changing and validating input
  • Coverage of complicated initiatives, corresponding to occasion dealing with, extending the JSF framework, and connecting to exterior services
  • Solutions to quite a few universal demanding situations, together with notes on debugging and troubleshooting, as well as implementation info and dealing code for positive aspects which are lacking from JSF
  • Proven recommendations, tricks, suggestions, and “how-tos” allow you to use JSF successfully on your improvement projects

Core JavaServer™ Faces, 3rd Edition, offers every thing you must grasp the robust and time-saving beneficial properties of JSF 2.0 and is the proper consultant for programmers constructing Java EE 6 net apps on Glassfish or one other Java EE 6-compliant program servers, in addition to servlet runners akin to Tomcat 6.

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Properties. On Windows, remember to use forward slashes for file separators. Now you are ready to build the sample application (see Figure 1–15). 1. 2. Open a command shell and change into the corejsf-examples directory. 1. Figure 1–15 Installing a Web Application with Ant TIP: You’ll be running ant all the time. We suggest that you add the apacheant/bin directory to the PATH environment variable. fm Page 34 Wednesday, May 12, 2004 6:37 AM 34 Chapter 1 ■ Getting Started NOTE: Our Ant script is a bit different from the scripts of the sample applications in the JSF distribution.

When you are ready to translate your application to another language, you simply supply localized bundle files. When you localize a bundle file, you need to add a locale suffix to the file name: an underscore followed by the lowercase two-letter ISO-639 language code. properties. gov/standards/iso639-2/. As part of the internationalization support in Java, the bundle that matches the current locale is automatically loaded. The default bundle without a locale prefix is used as a fallback when the appropriate localized bundle is not available.

This file is contained inside the root of the corejsf-examples directory. fm Page 31 Wednesday, May 12, 2004 6:37 AM Automation of the Build Process with Ant tains the instructions for compiling, copying, zipping, and deploying to Tomcat, described in XML syntax. The file is rather long and we won’t reproduce it in its entirety. Listing 1–7 contains the most important elements. Listing 1–7 1. xml 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. war"/> 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. 1. jar"/> 1.

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