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JavaServer Faces by Hans Bergsten

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Developing a web application takes people with different skills, and the JSF specification associates these skill sets with role names. A page author is a person who knows the client-side technology (e.g., HTML, CSS, and JavaScript) but isn’t a programmer. An application developer is a Java programmer who understands the application domain and how to develop solutions in terms of business objects. A component writer is a person who develops custom components and connects the user interface developed by the page author to the business objects developed by the Application Developer. The Component Writer must know both Java and the JSF API, and have a good idea about how JSF processes requests and produces responses. This book covers the tasks for all these roles.

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