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December 21, 2014
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Integrating JSF, EJB, and JPL: A Case Study
Learn to use JSF, JPA, and EJB to perform in an enterprise business application.
Tags : Java, JSF, MVC, EJB, JPL, enterprise business applications
Using Managed Beans in a Facelet Page
Managed Bean is a specialized Java class that synchronizes values with components, processes business logic, and handles navigation between pages. Read on to learn how to use them in Facelet Page.
Tags : JSF, Facelets
Using Ajax with JSF in an Enterprise Application
Learn how to use Ajax with Java Server Faces (JSF) to incorporate dynamic functionality into a web page.
Tags : Ajax, JSF, application, Enterprise
Integrating JPA, JSF and EJB in Java EE7 Applications
Java EE7 brought EJB container managed transactions to the platform using CDI interceptors, so that these can be used by CDI managed beans and other Java EE components. The improvements make JSF, EJB and JPA integration simple.
Tags : Java, JSF, EJB, JPA, Java EE 7
Java Tip: Use EL Names to Access a Bean from Non-Java Code
If you use non-Java code that supports unified expression language, you can use it to make any CDI bean accessible to JSP or JSF.
Tags : JSF, JSP, CDI
Using a PhaseListener to Debug JSF Development Defects
Troubleshooting JSF applications can be challenging, especially if you are transitioning from a servlet and JSP framework. Using a PhaseListener can help demystify JSF debugging development defects.
Tags : JavaServer Faces, JSF
Inside JSF 2.0's Ajax and HTTP GET Support
JavaServer Faces (JSF) 2.0 supports HTTP GET requests and full Ajax integration, making it easier than ever to build truly dynamic web pages.
Tags : JavaServer Faces, JSF 2.0, Ajax, JSF, HTTP GET
JSF 2.0: Annotations, New Navigation Eliminate XML Configuration
The introduction of annotations and the new navigation convention in JavaServer Faces 2.0 essentially make the faces-config.xml file optional.
Tags : annotations, JavaServer Faces, JSF 2.0, JSF, navigation
JSF 2.0 Views: Hello Facelets, Goodbye JSP
In JavaServer Faces (JSF) 2.0, Facelets replace JavaServer Pages (JSP) as the view technology for pages. Find out why that's a very good thing.
Tags : JavaServer Faces, JSF, JavaServer Pages, Facelets, JSP

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