JSF 2 OutputText Example

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JavaServer Faces (JSF 2) provides a number of user interfaces components that cover the most common requirements, one of the most important component is a <h:outputText/> component. The outputText is a component that has a value, optionally retrieved from a model tier bean via expression, that is displayed to the user. The user cannot directly modify the […]

JSF 2 Tutorials and Examples

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JavaServer Faces (JSF) which provides a Component-Based Architecture for developing reusable User Interface Components hides most of the complex stuffs that are happening in the View portion of the MVC-2 Architecture. The framework is not only limited to developing customized User Interface Components but also provides support for various Advanced Features like Event handling Mechanism, Validating User Inputs that are sent by the clients, Easy Page Navigation […]

JSF 2 InputText Example

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JavaServer Faces (JSF 2) provides a number of user interfaces components that cover the most common requirements, one of the most important component is a <h:inputText/> component. The inputText is a component that both displays the current value of the component to the user and processes request parameters on the subsequent request that need to be decoded. […]

JSF 2 Installation and Configuration Using Maven 3

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JavaServer Faces (JSF) is a server side component framework for building Java Technology web-based application. JavaServer Faces (JSF) consists of two main parts: The JavaServer Faces API for representing components, managing their states, handling events, handling server side validations, and achieving data conversion; defining pages navigation, supporting internationalization and accessibility and providing extensibility for all these […]

JSF 2 Installation & Configuration Using Eclipse

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JavaServer Faces (JSF) is a server side component framework for building Java Technology web-based application. JavaServer Faces (JSF) consists of two main parts: The JavaServer Faces API for representing components, managing their states, handling events, handling server side validations, and achieving data conversion; defining pages navigation, supporting internationalization and accessibility and providing extensibility for all these […]