Over 100 practical recipes to learn PrimeFaces 5.x – the most popular JSF component library on the planet
About This Book
Who This Book Is For
This book is for everybody who would like to learn modern Java web development based on PrimeFaces and is looking for a quick introduction to this matter. Prerequisites for this book are basic JSF, jQuery, and CSS skills.
What You Will Learn
PrimeFaces is the most popular component library used in the JSF ecosystem. It is a lightweight library with one JAR, zero configuration, and no required dependencies.
This book covers over 100 effective recipes for PrimeFaces 5.2, which is a leading component suite to boost JSF-based applications. The book starts with an introduction to PrimeFaces and its concepts, such as AJAX processing, the selector mechanism, partial view submit, and i18n support. Later chapters then focus on theming and the usage of over 100 input and output components, such as tables, charts, menus, and so on.
This cookbook provides a solid foundation by covering all the knowledge needed to work with PrimeFaces components in the real world.
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Mert Caliskan is a software stylist living in Ankara, Turkey. He has more than 10 years of expertise in software development with the architectural design of Enterprise Java web applications. He is an advocate of open source for software projects such as PrimeFaces and has also been a committer and founder of various others. He is the coauthor of the first edition of this book. He is also the coauthor of Beginning Spring by Wiley Publications. He is the founder of AnkaraJUG, which is the most active JUG in Turkey that has been having monthly meetups for 3 years now. In 2014, he was entitled a Java Champion for his achievements. He is also a Sun Certified Java professional since 2007. He does part-time lecturing at Hacettepe University on enterprise web application architecture and web services. He shares his knowledge at national and international conferences, such as JDays 2015, JavaOne 2013, JDC2010, and JSFDays'08. You can reach Mert via twitter at @mertcal.
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