- eBook:Pro JSF and HTML5: Building Rich Internet Components
- Author:Hazem Saleh, Allan Lykke Christensen, Zubin Wadia
- Edition:2 edition
- Data:November 26, 2013
- Pages:426 pages
- Format:PDF, ePUB
Pro JSF and HTML5 starts by giving you a firm grounding in the design principles of component-based frameworks and the basics of JSF. It then details recent advancements in JSF 2.2 that make it friendlier, faster, and more productive than ever before. And it covers HTML5-enabled components, integration with Java EE7 standards, 3rd party component libraries, security, and performance. The book concludes with a real-world application that puts everything you learned into practice.
In this book you'll learn
- Foundational JSF topics such as the component life cycle, framework architecture, managed beans and CDI, expression language, conversion and validation, JSF events and view parameters.
- Leveraging new features in JSF 2.2 such as Faces Flow, Resource Library Contracts, and Ajax file uploading.
- Developing Advanced HTML5 enabled components in JSF 2.2.
- Creating JSF 2.2 applications that utilize Java EE 7 technologies (CDI, JPA 2.1 and EJB 3.2) for bean management, transaction management and persistence.
- Building advanced real-world JSF applications with considerations for security, performance, and usability.
What you'll learnFoundational JSF topics such as the component life cycle, framework architecture, managed beans and CDI (Context and Dependency Injection), expression language, exception handling, conversion and validation, JSF events (faces events, phase events and system events), and view parameters.Utilizing new features in JSF 2.2 such as Faces Flow, Resource Library Contracts, and Ajax file uploading.Developing Advanced HTML5 enabled components in JSF 2.2.Developing PrimeFaces and RichFaces applications.Developing JSF 2.2 applications that utilize Java EE 7 technologies (CDI, JPA 2.1 and EJB 3.2) in order to facilitate bean management, transaction management and persistence.Unit testing JSF applications.Stateless JSF views.Implementing Security in JSF applications.Tuning the performance of JSF applications.Translating application requirements into a model and then implementing the model using JSF 2.2 and Java EE 7 technologies.Who this book is for This is a tutorial and reference is for both intermediate and experienced Java enterprise and web application developers.
Chapter 2: JSF Under the Hood—Part 1
Chapter 3: JSF Under the Hood—Part 2
Chapter 4: JSF Under the Hood—Part 3
Chapter 5: JSF 2.2: What’s New?
Chapter 6: Going Deep: JSF Custom Components
Chapter 7: Basic JSF2 HTML5 Components
Chapter 8: Advanced JSF2 HTML5 Components
Chapter 9: JSF Component Libraries
Chapter 10: Creating a Basic JSF 2.2 Application
Chapter 11: JSF2 Advanced Topics
Chapter 12: JSF2 Security and Performance
Chapter 13: Applying It All: The Mega App