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JavaEE and Wildfly Module 4: JSF

build stateful web applications with PrimeFaces
  • How to use Java Server Faces (JSF) to build component based web applications.
  • Includes third party component libraries and PrimeFaces.

Pre-requisites

This module is part of our WildFly series of courses.

Contents - This course is 4 hours long and should take around 2 days to complete

 

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1

Introduction


23 m 9 s
An overview of JSF

2

Getting Started


38 m 38 s
Writing your first basic applicaiton, and how backing beans work.

3

JSF Behaviour


26 m 27 s
How to add behaviour to JSF components such as buttons and links.

4

JSF Components


42 m 24 s
Using the built in components such as datatables.

5

GETs POSTs and REDIRECTs


32 m 21 s
Making bookmarkable and browser friendly links is tricky in JSF - here we look at a strategy for doing so.

6

Third Party Components


19 m 21 s
We use PrimeFaces to add a more functional data table.

7

Building an Application


35 m 14 s
Some miscellaneous concepts you might find useful when building an application

8

JSF vs MVC


13 m 35 s
Another comparison of JSF against traditional MVC frameworks. What exactly should you be adding to backing bean? We'll see it is not for "business logic".

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