JavaServer Faces is the standard Java web application framework, and an integral part of Java EE. JSF 2.0, the latest release of the framework, is a dramatic leap forward. This course covers enhancements, changes, and new features introduced by the new version of the framework. These include improved Ajax support, better UI component interoperability, less configuration, simpler component development, native support for Facelets instead of JSP, support for annotations, and several other goodies.
Delegates will also receive a copy of JavaServer Faces 2.0, The Complete Reference
during the course.
After successfully completing this course, students will be able to:
Upgrade existing applications to JSF 2
- Utilize JSF’s integrated Ajax support
- Build composite UI components
- Develop pages and templates with Facelets
- Utilize annotations, enhanced navigation, and other features