New PDF release: JavaServer Faces: The Complete Reference (Complete Reference

By Chris Schalk

ISBN-10: 0072262400

ISBN-13: 9780072262407

Excellent for the three+ million Java builders, this fast paced instructional deals in-depth assurance of JavaServer Faces (JSF) -- sunlight Microsystem's internet program structure for the longer term. Co-written through the number 1 JSF professional within the Java group, this booklet bargains the main whole source on JSF on hand. * vast assurance on JSF customized part improvement * Serves as an intensive advent to AJAX expertise and methods * a variety of customized JSF part examples together with AJAX enabled parts supplied

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For the View, Struts provides a modest set of JSP tag libraries that are fairly low level. These tag libraries provide rendering for the common HTML elements, display messages, and support logic operations. Although architecturally sound, Struts still often required a substantial amount of custom development for building user interfaces. Even when coupled with the usage of JSTL tags, Chapter 1: An Introduction to JavaServer Faces The Birth of JavaServer Faces As Struts gained in popularity, the Java Community Process saw the benefits that Struts offered by explicitly following an MVC approach.

Each navigation case has an associated “outcome” and “to” page (to-view-id). jsp. jsp The next question you’re wondering is, How is an “outcome” determined? This can either be hard-coded, or derived dynamically from the return value of a method that is triggered when a button is clicked. As you recall, UI components can be bound to both properties and methods so it is possible to associate a button click with a specific method in a managed bean, which can then return an “outcome” as a String value.

You will see how shortly. jsp page. As you continue browsing the rest of the page, you see a radio button UI component that is actually made from a combination of tags: Chapter 2: Building a Simple JavaServer Faces Application The main parent tag, , is the one that is value bound to the UserBean’s gender property via the JavaBeans getter and setter. This means that whatever value is selected in the radio button control, it will be updated in the gender property of the managed bean when the form is submitted.

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