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Java EE 7 Recipes: A Problem-Solution Approach by Josh Juneau

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CHAPTER 3

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The Basics of JavaServer Faces

In 2004 Sun Microsystems introduced a Java web framework called JavaServer Faces (JSF) in an effort to help simplify web application development. It is an evolution of the JavaServer Pages (JSP) framework, adding a more organized development life cycle and the ability to more easily utilize modern web technologies. JSF uses XML files for view construction and Java classes for application logic, making it adhere to the MVC architecture. JSF is request-driven, and each request is processed by a special servlet named the FacesServlet. The FacesServlet is responsible for building the component trees, processing ...

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