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JavaServer Faces 2.0 by Chris Schalk, Ed Burns

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CHAPTER 12JSF and Ajax

If you came to JSF looking for Ajax support, you’ll be happy to learn that no other Web framework has as comprehensive, well-integrated, and easy-to-use Ajax capabilities. If you are an existing JSF user and want to add Ajax to your application, you’ll be happy to know that everything you’ve learned so far about JSF still applies when using Ajax. In fact, the object-oriented design of JSF was ready for Ajax before the term had ever been coined. In this chapter, you will be exposed to a brief overview of Ajax followed by a simple example, built on the JSFReg application from Chapter 2. The middle of the chapter will give you an understanding of the fundamentals of JSF and Ajax. The chapter will close by touching on some ...

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