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JSF Tutorial

JSF overview:

JSF stands for Java Server Faces. It is a UI component based and event driven MVC web application framework which simplifies the UI construction by reusable UI component. JSF specification provides a set of standard UI components which are reusable and extendable.
Note: JSF is built on top of the Servlet API.

JSF features:

  • JSF provides a set of standard UI components.
  • JSF provides an event driven programming model.
  • JSF provides the facility to use third party components.
  • JSF provides the facility to reuse and extend standard UI components.

JSF component model:

A UI component represents a stateful object on the server which provides specific functionality for interacting with an end user. Each JSF component has a tag handler class associated with it. When JSF implementation reads the JSF page, tag handlers corresponding to UI components execute and build a component tree. For example a JSF page contains h:form, h:inputText and h:commandButton tags then component tree will be like shown below:

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JSF Navigation Tutorial.

JSF Core Tags Tutorial.

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