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Kito Mann's JSF2 in Action
Build highly interactive Ajax-enabled applications with JavaServer Faces (JSF) 2, the standard web application framework for Java EE. JSF 2 incorporates time-saving features, such as convention-over-configuration, built-in Ajax, templating, simple custom UI component development, and several powerful third-party Ajax component suites. JSF applications can be integrated seamlessly with Spring and/or Java EE. This course covers the key features of JavaServer Faces and walks you through building different aspects of a JSF application. You will also learn how to take advantage of rich JSF component suites such as ICEfaces and RichFaces.
Delegates will also receive a copy of JavaServer Faces 2.0, The Complete Reference during the course. Find out more here
Kito Mann's JSF2 Update Course
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. Find out more here
Brian Sletten's Semantic Web Technologies Bootcamp
Brian Sletten's five day Semantic Web Technologies Bootcamp provides a broad, example-driven and compelling vision of computing's future. Organisations are struggling with data integration solutions that operate at the wrong level of abstraction or are shackled to legacy systems with no idea of how to modernize incrementally. Their service-oriented architectures decompose business processes into services without the ability to identify and protect the information that flows through these services. In this course, you will learn how the technical and business value of Web semantics is available and useful today behind firewalls as well as on the public Web.
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