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NetBeans™ IDE Field Guide: Developing Desktop, Web, Enterprise, and Mobile Applications, Second Edition by Geertjan Wielenga, Gregg Sporar, Martin Ryzl, Jiri Prazak, John Jullion-Ceccarelli, Christopher Webster, Charlie Hunt, Gregory Crawley, Ludovic Champenois, Patrick Keegan

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Chapter 9. Creating Web Applications on the JSF and Struts Frameworks

WEB FRAMEWORKS WERE INTRODUCED IN NETBEANS IDE 5.0 to encapsulate best practices and thus reduce the overall development effort by providing additional declarative behavior for common idioms such as navigation. NetBeans IDE supports the ubiquity of Struts and JavaServer Faces (JSF) technologies by incorporating configuration file editing, assistance in setting up a web application project with the framework required libraries, and configuration files, and wizards for generating Java artifacts. This chapter focuses on the framework-specific features of web application projects; for general information on web application projects, see Chapter 8.

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