Explains exciting new JavaServer Faces framework components and then shows you how to put them to work with real-world examples and usable codes. Developers of varying skill levels learn to quickly and easily build Web applications by assembling reusable UI components in a page, connecting these components to an application data source, and wiring client-generated events to server-side event handlers.
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Your one-stop resource for JavaServer Faces programming
Stretch JavaServer Faces to the limit and create professional JSF programs with this guide to the ultimate framework available for rapidly building Java Web applications. After a brief overview of the underlying and related technologies, you'll learn to write and deploy a JSF application, then follow comprehensive tutorials on how to use standard GUI components, input validation, and converters, as well as on how to control page navigation, manage JavaBeans, and write event listeners. Advanced coverage includes writing custom GUI components, extending input validators, providing support for internationalization, and developing a real-world online-store application.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Budi Kurniawan is an IT consultant specializing in Internet and object-oriented programming and has taught both Java and Microsoft technologies. He has written several computer programming books, including How Tomcat Works and Java Web Development with Servlets, JSP, and EJB, Second Edition. He holds a Master's degree in Electrical Engineering, and is the developer of the Java File Upload component most licensed by Fortune 500 companies.About the Author:
Budi Kurniawan (Sydney, Australia) is an IT consultant specializing in Internet and object-oriented programming and has taught both Java and Microsoft technologies. He is the author of Java for the Web with Servlets, JSP and EJB (New Riders, April 2002), which is currently the No. 1 best-selling servlets/JSP book at amazon.com. Budi is also the developer of the most popular Java Upload bean from BrainySoftware.com, which is licensed by Commerce One and used by major corporations. Budi has written several programming books as well as published articles for more than 10 publications, including prestigious Java magazines, such as Java-Pro, JavaWorld, JavaReport, and O'Reilly's www.onjava.com. Budi is now the weekly contributor for the servlets/JSP section of the online version of JavaPro.
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