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Java Server Faces (JSF) Tutorials

Java Server Faces (JSF) is a web application based on Java Programming language which has been created with an objective to simplify web application development. The JSF tutorials here covers the diversified topics of JSF including the Environment setup, Architecture, Managed Beans, JSF2 , PrimeFaces to the advance and complex concepts of JSF.

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JSF Tutorials

Java Server Faces (JSF) is a web application based on Java Programming language which has been created with an objective to simplify web application development through integration of web-based user interfaces.

JSF is a part Java Platform, Enterprise Edition which was formalized in a specification through the Java Community Process. The initial specification of JSF was released as JSF 1.0 in 2004 and since then many advance versions of JSF has released which are JSF 1.1, JSF 1.2, JSF 2.0, JSF 2.1 and the latest version JSF 2.2 was released recently in 2013, which includes many added features like stateless views, page flow and the ability to create portable resource contracts.

At roseindia.net you will find the best JSF tutorials for beginners as well as expert software professionals, which help you, learn complete JSF in quite easy and simple steps. The JSF tutorials here covers the diversified topics of JSF including the Environment setup, Architecture, Managed Beans, JSF2 , PrimeFaces to the advance and complex concepts of JSF.

In addition to that, you can learn about User Interface (UI) components, Renderers, Backing beans, Validators, Converters, Navigation, Event handling, Expession language, Messageswork flow of JSF, benefits of JSF over existing frameworks and much more from our wide range of JSF tutorials.

However, you need to have a basic understanding of Java programming language, text editor and execution of programs in order to understand all the concepts of Java Server Faces (JSF) .

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