By David Geary, Cay S. Horstmann
JavaServer Faces (JSF) is the normal Java EE know-how for development net person interfaces. It presents a strong framework for constructing server-side purposes, permitting you to cleanly separate visible presentation and alertness good judgment. JSF 2.0 is an enormous improve, which not just provides many helpful gains but in addition enormously simplifies the programming version through the use of annotations and ''convention over configuration'' for universal tasks.To assist you fast faucet into the ability of JSF 2.0, the 3rd version of center JavaServer™ Faces has been thoroughly up to date to make optimal use of all of the new gains. The e-book includesThree absolutely new chapters on utilizing Facelets tags for templating, development composite elements, and constructing Ajax applicationsGuidance 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 fundamental development blocks–from utilizing regular JSF tags, to operating with facts tables, and changing and validating inputCoverage of complex initiatives, comparable to occasion dealing with, extending the JSF framework, and connecting to exterior servicesSolutions to numerous universal demanding situations, together with notes on debugging and troubleshooting, as well as implementation info and dealing code for good points which are lacking from JSFProven ideas, tricks, information, and ''how-tos'' enable you use JSF successfully on your improvement projectsCore JavaServer™ Faces, 3rd variation, presents every little thing you want to grasp the strong and time-saving positive factors of JSF 2.0 and is the proper consultant for programmers constructing Java EE 6 internet apps on Glassfish or one other Java EE 6-compliant software servers, in addition to servlet runners resembling Tomcat 6.
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Some web technologies intermingle HTML and code. That approach is seductive since it is easy to produce simple applications in a single file. But for serious applications, mixing markup and code poses considerable problems. Professional web designers know about graphic design, but they typically rely on tools that translate their vision into HTML. They would certainly not want to deal with embedded code. On the other hand, programmers are notoriously From the Library of Wow! eBook 16 Chapter 1 ■ Getting Started unqualified when it comes to graphic design.
However, when an error occurs, you will definitely want to understand what the JSF implementation does. In the next section, we look at the life cycle in greater detail. The Life Cycle The JSF specification defines six distinct phases: 1. Restore View 2. Apply Request Values 3. Process Validations 4. Update Model Values 5. Invoke Application 6. Render Response Here we discuss the most common flow through the life cycle (see Figure 1–15). You will see a number of variations throughout the book. The Restore View phase retrieves the component tree for the requested page if it was displayed previously or constructs a new component tree if it is displayed for the first time.
Ajax support—JSF provides a standard Ajax communication channel that transparently invokes server-side actions and updates client-side components. See Chapter 10 for more information. • Alternative renderers—By default, JSF generates markup for HTML pages. But it is possible to extend the JSF framework to produce markup for another page description language such as WML or XUL. When JSF was first developed, this flexibility seemed quite intriguing. However, we have never seen a compelling use of this generality and do not cover it in this book.
Core JavaServer Faces, 3rd Edition by David Geary, Cay S. Horstmann