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Java Server Faces (JSF) Web Programming


Experience in Java and development of client-server applications.


Programmers wishing to acquire a practical knowledge in order to develop distributed and programmed applications in a structured way.


Understand the many benefits provided by the JSF development model.
Realize a web application by implementing JSF.
Understand the various phases of the application lifecycle
Custom taglibs design.
Integrate AJAX behaviors into a JSF application.
The course in brief

This JSF application design training is for designers wanting to learn and those wishing to go further in the use of this framework. It covers the main aspects from the base to the specialization such as the definition of views, 'development of navigations, mapping of various converter as well as listeners, use of internationalization and more.


 Creating a simple screen

  • Principle of the graphical components tree
  • Principle of component rendering with Renderers
  • Use of JSF tag libraries (html and core)
  • Validators and basic converters

Management of navigation

  • Manage declarative navigation in faces-config.xml: simple / advanced navigation
  • Triggering treatments on user action
  • Rules of eligibility and choice of navigation rules
  • Pitfalls to avoid and good practices to adopt in writing these rules

The concept of binding

  • Definition, role and creation of a BackingBean
  • Link binding using JSF EL (Expression Language): an improved EL
  • The different types of binding and their usefulness: component binding, property binding and method binding
  • Impacts on BackingBeans: standards to be respected and limitations induced

Standard components

  • Input components: text field, checkbox, radio button, single-choice / multiple list
  • Managing the layout with the Panel component
  • Managing Data Lists with the Table Component
  • Forms Management Components: Form, Button, Link

Interests and use of the FacesContext

  • Management of Messages (creation / display) and internationalization (i18n)
  • Access to JSF Request Objects: Underlying Objects and Implicit Objects
  • The different methods of access to BackingBeans

Event Management

  • The different types of events
  • The associated listeners

Create your own components

  • Create or extend a graphical component
  • Create and declare a taglib JSF
  • Create and declare a renderer
  • Create a validator
  • Create a converter

Architecture and integration

  • Define the architecture of the application
  • Integrate external components such as Ajax for Jsf
  • Overview of integration with service layers such as EJB3 and Spring
Getting started with JSF2
Description : Free Pdf tutorial about the basics of JSF and Eclipse ,training document for beginners under 28 pages to learn how to install and setup JSF.
Submitted On : 2015-12-23
File type : pdf
Downloads : 159
Introduction to (Java Server Page) JSF
Description : With this PDF tutorial you will learn how to write Your own JSF Components.Free training document for download.
Submitted On : 2015-12-23
File type : pdf
Downloads : 477
Tutorial JSF in PDF
Description : Download free JSF tutorial course in PDF, training file in 6 chapters and 18 pages. Free unaffiliated ebook created from Stack OverFlow contributor.
Submitted On : 2019-05-02
File type : pdf
Downloads : 114
Building Back-End Web Apps with Java, JPA and JSF
Description : This book shows how to build back-end web applications with Java, JPA and JSF. A back-end web app is a distributed web app where essentially all work is performed by the back-end component, including data validation and UI page creation, while the front-end only consists of a web browser's rendering of HTML-forms-based UI pages.
Submitted On : 2020-08-28
File type : pdf
Downloads : 101