Java Server Faces(JSF) by p6tSc2C

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									  INTRODUCTION TO
JAVA SERVER FACES(JSF)


     Shuang Hao
WHAT IS JSF?

   A standard Java framework for building Web
    applications.

   It simplifies development by providing a
    component-centric approach to developing Java
    Web user interfaces.

   JSF applications are event driven.
JSF ARCHITECTURE:
JSF LIFECYCLE
BENEFITS OF USING           JSF:
   JSF provides standard, reusable components for
    creating user interfaces for web applications.
   JSF provides many tag libraries for accessing and
    manipulating the components.
   It automatically saves the form data and repopulates
    the form when it is displayed at client side.
   JSF encapsulates the event handling and component
    rendering logic from programmers, programmers just
    use the custom components.
   JSF is a specification and vendors can develop the
    implementations for JSF.
   There are many GUIs available these days to simplify
    the development of web based application based on
    JSF framework.
COMPONENTS

   The true power of JSF in its user interface
    component model where applications are merely
    built from collections of components that can
    render themselves in diverse ways for multiple
    client types.

   A simple component:



       Input Text:
 EXAMPLES OF COMPONENTS:
1. Menu component
                    2. Media
                      component




  3. Table
    component
A SIMPLE EXAMPLE:
EXAMPLE(CONT.):
WITH CORRECT PASSWORD




 Displays the user name that is stored in the backing
 bean.
WITH WRONG PASSWORD:
CREATE A JSF PAGE
NAVIGATION:




   JSF navigation links from the Welcome page to
    the Login page and then to the Hello page.
REFERENCES:
   http://www.oracle.com/technology/tech/java/newsl
    etter/articles/introjsf/index.html

   http://www.roseindia.net/jsf/whatisjsf.shtml

   What is JSF? Roosendaal - 22/09/2005,
     Gie Indesteege - ABIS Training & Consulting

								
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