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JSF 1.2 Components by Ian Hlavats

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Now that we have introduced the Model-View-Controller pattern, managed beans, the JSF Expression Language, and converters and validators, we are ready for a more in-depth discussion on how to use JSF UI components effectively to perform common web development tasks. Specifically, we will look at the following use cases:

  • Getting input from the user
  • Form submission
  • Rendering text
  • Making selections
  • Laying out components
  • Displaying tabular data

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