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JSF Training

This is free online training course from RoseIndia.

JSF Training


About this training

a) Self placed JSF Training

This is free online training course from RoseIndia. The training course includes all the basic content that is required to understand and work with JSF. The training starts with the introduction and usage of JSF tags and goes through validators, convertors, events, component binding, internationalization etc. At the end of the training, you will be introduced how to work with database using JDBC. Examples are very simple to understand and easy to implement in your application. Just go through the training and learn JSF online free of cost.

b) How to download and run the training examples

Download the examples developed for the training through the link Download code for all examples. Extract the zip file and deploy it on your Tomcat server. Submit the url http://localhost:8080/jsfexamples in the browser. You will get list of running examples. You can modify and test the examples.

Training Course Content

  1. Using Core Tags, Html Tags
    JSF provides useful special tags to develop views. Each tag gives rise to an associated component.
  2. Using redirect element & wild card
    <redirect/> is an optional element which can be used to specify that the response is generated by the new view using redirect response rather than rendering the response as the current request.
  3. Using Standard Validator & Custom Validator
    JSF validation is used to make sure that the component is going to obtain the expected content.
  4. Using Standard Converter & Custom Converter
    Convertors are used to make sure the component value is of right type.
  5. Action Events Listener
    Action Listeners can be implemented in 2 ways. If you use the first one then it will limit you to use only one listener for the component but second way permits you to include more than one event listeners.
  6. Value Change Event Listener
    Value Change Listener  can be implemented in 2 ways. If you use the first one then it will limit you to use only one listener for the component but second way permits you to include more than one listeners.
  7. Phase Event Listener
    JSF life-cycle includes six phases and phase events are fired during the start and end of each phase. We can capture phase events by defining a Phase Listener class as below.
  8. Binding Component Value to an Implicit Object
    JSF provides list of implicit objects. These objects can be referred in value attribute of component in the JSP page.
  9. Binding Component Instance to a Bean Property
    JavaBeans are used to associate the UI components. This backing bean (JavaBean) contains properties that are bound to either component value or component instance.
  10. Referencing Resource Bundle from a Page
    JSF provides a good way to implement internationalization using Resource Bundle. 

  11. Referencing a Localized Message
    Customizing your application to support a specific location is known as Localization.
  12. Working with JavaScript & CSS
    JSF provides so many attributes to provide javascript support like onblur, onchange, onclick, ondblclick, onfocus, onkeydown, onkeypress, onkeyup, onmousedown, onmouseover, onmouseup, onselect etc.
  13. Working with Database through JDBC
    You can use JDBC to work with database. For this you can write jdbc code in the action method of the managed bean.



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April 24, 2012
java server face

I need to learn more about jsf