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JSF 1.2 Components by Ian Hlavats

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Chapter 1. Standard JSF Components

The components and examples covered in this chapter have been selected to introduce a number of important concepts for developing JSF user interfaces. It is necessary to understand the basic JSF components because they are the building blocks from which other components and component libraries are derived.

We will begin by looking at a number of common web application development tasks and how they can be implemented using standard JSF components. In the process, we will learn how to use other JSF artifacts, such as managed beans, converters, validators, and more.

An introduction to JSF

While the main focus of this book is learning how to use JSF UI components, and not to cover the JSF framework in complete detail, ...

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