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PrimeFaces Cookbook - Second Edition by Oleg Varaksin, Mert Çalışkan

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Foreword

JavaServer Faces has come a long way since its initial release. This is mostly due to the big ecosystem around it that allows many third-party add-ons to contribute. The first major extension was Facelets that removed the burden of JSP-based views.

With 2.0, Facelets became standard, and along with Facelets, many other features, including AJAX, originated from the community. JSF 2.2 followed the same approach and integrated various enhancements, such as HTML5-friendly markup, resource library contracts, and Faces Flows. Considering the current landspace of modern web application development, a server-side component framework such as JSF is still a popular choice among Java developers; this is because JSF is flexible enough to keep up. ...

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