Listener tags in JSF

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1) Introduction JSF UI Components emit Events to Listeners if they are registered. The Event Handling Model in Java Server Faces is very similar to Java Beans Event Handling Model. The types of Events emitted will fall either in Action Event, Value-Change Event or Phase Event. For example, clicking a Button or a Hyperlink will […]

Converter tags in JSF

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1) Introduction Data entered by the Client Application is always interpreted in the form of Strings. Not this is always we wish to have. There will be times, where the user input like age, salary, date of Birth should be represented by Integer, Double and Date objects respectively. Technically, Data is converted into their appropriate […]

Validator tags in JSF

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1) Introduction This article explains about the Validator tags in JSF. In JSF, Data from the Clients, usually Browser, has to be validated before being processed by the Server Web Application. JSF has a number of Built-in Validations and also it comes with a Powerful Validation Framework for plugging-in Custom Validators. Bindings between JSF UI […]

Introduction to Java Server Faces (JSF)

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1) Introduction In Fact, JSF is nothing but an abstraction over the existing Web Framework. JSF is implemented as a Servlet which is called the Faces Servlet. Before the advent of JSF, Servlets and JSP are the predominant ones that form the core components in the development of a Web Application. Let us see the […]

Building JSF application with Exadel IDE

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Introduction Java Server Faces (JSF) is a widely-used web application framework based on standards and promoted by Sun Microsystems. It provides a high level framework, based on the MVC pattern, which brings several functionalities for simplifying the building of user interfaces of web applications. also read: Introduction to JSF JSF Interview Questions Request Processing Lifecycle […]