JavaServer Faces: The Complete Reference 1 9780072262407
JavaServer Faces: The Complete Reference

JavaServer Faces: The Complete Reference

1st Edition
By Chris Schalk and Ed Burns and James Holmes
ISBN10: 0072262400
ISBN13: 9780072262407
Copyright: 2007

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PART I: The JavaServer Faces Framework

Chapter 1: Introduction to JavaServer Faces

Chapter 2: Building a Simple JavaServer Faces Application

Chapter 3: The JavaServer Faces Request Processing Lifecycle

Chapter 4: Managed Beans and the JSF Expression Language

Chapter 5: The Navigation Model

Chapter 6: The User Interface Component Model

Chapter 7: Converting and Validating Data

Chapter 8: The JSF Event Model

PART II: Extending JavaServer Faces

Chapter 9: Applying JSF: Introducing the Virtual Trainer Application

Chapter 10: Building Custom UI Components

Chapter 11: Building AJAX JSF Components

Chapter 12: Building Non-UI Custom Components

Chapter 13: Alternate View Description Technology and Facelets

Part III: Applying JavaServer Faces

Chapter 14: Localization and Accessibility with JavaServer Faces

Chapter 15: Securing JavaServer Faces Applications

Chapter 16: Automated Testing and Debugging of JavaServer Faces Applications

Part IV: JavaServer Faces Tools and Libraries

Chapter 17: Developing JSF Applications with Visual Development Environments

Chapter 18: The JavaServer Faces Configuration File

Chapter 19: The Standard JSF Component Library

Chapter 20: The MyFaces Implementation and Component Library

Part V: Appendices

Appendix A: Faces Console Quick Reference

Appendix B: Third-Party JSF Component Libraries

Appendix C: Migrating from Struts to Faces

Appendix D: JSF Futures: Apache Shale


About the Author

Chris Schalk

McGraw-Hill authors represent the leading experts in their fields and are dedicated to improving the lives, careers, and interests of readers worldwide

Ed Burns

McGraw-Hill authors represent the leading experts in their fields and are dedicated to improving the lives, careers, and interests of readers worldwide

James Holmes

James Holmes (Atlanta, GA) develops server-side applications for complex transactional environments, such as for the 1996 Atlanta Summer Olympic Games (when he was 16!), Checkfree, and IBM. Oracle Magazine awarded Holmes’ the prestigious Java Developer of the Year in November 2002 for his work with the Struts Framework & Jdeveloper. Holmes was among 17 other developers worldwide in their StarSelect campaign for OracleWorld 2003 (he was recently in San Francisco to be filmed for the event)—where he spoke on Java development. James is a committer on the Struts project, meaning he is one of a small number of people that direct the development and future of Struts. James is also the creator of the most popular Struts tool: the Struts Console. James’ first book project was as co-author of The Art of Java with Herb Schildt.