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JavaServer Faces 2 Developer's Workshop

Course Code: JSF
Length: 3 Days
Tuition: $1,317.00

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Course Description:

JSF is a JEE technology that focuses on simplifying the building of Web based user interfaces in Java. It builds on existing technologies, such as Servlets/JSP, but solves many of the issues that arise when using them directly. It does this by providing a standard component based user interface (UI) framework that can be leveraged by tools to provide a rich and easy to use development environment. This course will get you up to speed with JSF 2 in a very short time. It includes all the important concepts, as well as numerous hands on labs that will have you building working JSF applications very quickly. It covers all the important architectural concepts, as well as providing practical instruction on how to use the many capabilities of the JSF framework. It includes coverage of all important capabilities that are new in JSF 2, including the use of Facelets, and using the new JSF 2 annotations. The course includes a broad coverage of the most important JSF capabilities, including the JSF architecture, working with managed beans, the JSF Expression Language, creating JSF pages with facelets and/or JSP, the JSF core and HTML tag libraries, data tables, validation, and conversion. After learning this material, you'll be ready to use JSF to create your own solutions in the most demanding situations.

Who is it for?

  • Developers who need to utilize JSF to build complex Web applications.

Prerequisites

A good working knowledge of Java, basic Web application structure, Servlets, JSPs, and Java Web applications.

Course Outline:

1. Overview of Java EE and Java Web Applications

  • Java EE and Web App Overview
  • Servlet, Servlet Scopes
  • JSPs, JSP Lifecycle
  • Custom Tags, Tag Libraries, taglib directive
  • Model View Controller

2. Getting started with JSF

  • JSF Overview
  • Downloading and Installing JSF
  • Your first JSF Application - setup, configuration, deployment
  • Server setup and use

3. Managed Beans

  • Defining a Managed Bean (annotation-based and configuration in faces-config.xm)
  • Managed Bean Lifecycle
  • Managed Beans and JSF Forms
  • Managed Beans as Value Binding Expressions
  • JSF Expression Language (EL) & the Unified EL (JSF 1.2)

4. JSF Navigation

  • <navigation-rule> configuration issues
  • <navigation-case> and nested elements
  • How to use the navigation rules

5. The JSF Tag Libraries

  • JSF Tag Library Overview
  • JSF Core tags <f:tagName>
  • JSF HTML tags <h:tagName>
  • Using the Most Common Form controls – TextFields, Buttons, Links …

6. h:data Table

  • <h:dataTable> tag and nested tags <h:column> etc.
  • Working with collections of type List or array
  • Table headers and footers, f:facet

7. More about JSF Tags

  • Using <h:commandLink> and <h:outputLink>
  • Using the h:selectXxx Tags (e.g h:selectManyListbox)
  • JSF Event Model (Action, Value Change, and Data Model Listeners)

8. JSF Validation

  • Standard Validators
  • required, validateDoubleRange, validateLongRange
  • Creating, configuring, and using Custom Validators

9. JSF Conversion

  • Standard JSF Converters
  • convertDateTime, convertNumber - configuration and usage
  • Custom Converters

10. JSF Lifecycle

  • Lifecycle Overview
  • Initial requests and postbacks
  • Restore View, Apply Request Values, Process Events, Process Validations, Update Model Values, Invoke Application, Render Response
  • renderResponse() and renderComplete()
  • Phase listeners

11. Additional Topics

  • Backing Beans / UIComponents
  • JSF and CSS
  • JSF and JavaScript

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