In the second part of this chapter, we will focus more on several programmatic aspects of Facelets. We will start with a new feature of JSF 2.2 regarding
FaceletFactory, which produces Facelets relative to the context of the underlying implementation.
In JSF 2.0, the
FaceletFactory class was not accessible via the standard API for accessing factories,
FactoryFinder. This means that something like the following line was not working:
FaceletFactory faceletFactory = (FaceletFactory) FactoryFinder.getFactory(javax.faces.view.facelets.FaceletFactory);
But starting with JSF 2.2, the preceding snippet of code should work. At least this is what the list of JSF 2.2 features said. Unfortunately, it ...