Developing applications with Facelets, JSF, and JSP

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News: Developing applications with Facelets, JSF, and JSP

  1. In "Developing applications with Facelets, JSF, and JSP," Dr. Xinyu Liu introduces a rich list of useful tips to help developers smoothly transition from the old-fashioned JSP/servlet programming to the new JSF-style programming. It might be a useful read for those considering the transition to JSF.
    The new Java web technologies make our development journey more pleasant and productive. This article should help web developers make an easy transition from the old-fashioned JSP programming to the new JSF-styled web programming. There is one more thing worth mentioning for enthusiasts of servlet filters like myself: JSF phase listeners are preferred and should replace servlet filters. Apart from the discussions, topics like exception handling and security management, including single-sign on (SSO), should also be considered carefully from an enterprise architecture standpoint.
  2. JSF framework (or any other stateful web UI components framework) makes only half-way of managing state in rich web UIs. The other half is managing conversational and process state, like Seam does. Let's hope that part will be standardised as JSR too.
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  4. JSF framework (or any other stateful web UI components framework) makes only half-way of managing state in rich web UIs.

    The other half is managing conversational and process state, like Seam does. Let's hope that part will be standardised as JSR too.
    http://www.jcp.org/en/jsr/detail?id=299