JavaServer Faces: The Complete Reference / Edition 1

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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
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780072262407
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
  • Publication date: 8/25/2006
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 864
  • Product dimensions: 7.30 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 1.66 (d)

Meet the Author

Chris Schalk is a principal product manager and lead JSF evangelist for Oracle's application server and development tools division.

Ed Burns is a senior staff engineer at Sun Microsystems, Inc., and has led the development of JavaServer Faces technology since its inception. He currently co-leads a team of experts from across the industry in the continued development of JSF.  

James Holmes is a leading Java Web development authority. He is a committer on the Struts project and the author of Struts: The Complete Reference.  

Edited by Herbert Schildt, Java authority and bestselling author of Java: The Complete Reference.

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Table of Contents

PART I: The JavaServer Faces Framework

Chapter 1: Introduction to JavaServer Faces

Chapter 2: Building a Simple JavaServer Faces Application

Chapter 3: The JavaServer Faces Request Processing Lifecycle

Chapter 4: Managed Beans and the JSF Expression Language

Chapter 5: The Navigation Model

Chapter 6: The User Interface Component Model

Chapter 7: Converting and Validating Data

Chapter 8: The JSF Event Model
PART II: Extending JavaServer Faces

Chapter 9: Applying JSF: Introducing the Virtual Trainer Application

Chapter 10: Building Custom UI Components

Chapter 11: Building AJAX JSF Components

Chapter 12: Building Non-UI Custom Components

Chapter 13: Alternate View Description Technology and Facelets
Part III: Applying JavaServer Faces

Chapter 14: Localization and Accessibility with JavaServer Faces

Chapter 15: Securing JavaServer Faces Applications

Chapter 16: Automated Testing and Debugging of JavaServer Faces Applications
Part IV: JavaServer Faces Tools and Libraries

Chapter 17: Developing JSF Applications with Visual Development Environments

Chapter 18: The JavaServer Faces Configuration File

Chapter 19: The Standard JSF Component Library

Chapter 20: The MyFaces Implementation and Component Library
Part V: Appendices

Appendix A: Faces Console Quick Reference

Appendix B: Third-Party JSF Component Libraries

Appendix C: Migrating from Struts to Faces

Appendix D: JSF Futures: Apache Shale
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