In the Trenches is a new JSF Central series about real world projects that use JavaServer Faces. The latest article looks at how Prisma, an Austrian credit insurance cmmpany, rewrote their customer support system's front-end with JSF. The system was written by MyFaces committers Thomas Spiegl and Martin Marinscheck.
During approximately five months of part-time work on the project, Marinschek and Spiegl, as well as one developer at Prisma, built Prisma.Net. Prisma.Net serves as a hub for about 2,000 clients, managing their accounts and allowing them to track payments and claims, examine contractual terms, and perform other account management duties.
For the full story, see: Prisma Builds a Client Support System with MyFaces