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11. Custom Components

Bauke Scholtz1  and Arjan Tijms2
(1)
Willemstad, Curaçao
(2)
Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, The Netherlands
 

In Chapter 7 you should have learned that Facelet templates as in <ui:composition>, <ui:include>, and <ui:decorate> are useful when you want to split main page layout fragments into reusable templates, such as header, menu, main content, and footer. And that Facelet tag files such as <t:field> are useful when you want to have a reusable group of components in order to minimize code duplication. And that composite components such as <t:inputLocalTime> are useful when you want to create ...

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