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Good books for JSF

 
Pradeep bhatt
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I don't know JSF.Can someone suggest me some good book ?
 
Lou Caudell
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I'm currently reading Core Java Server Faces. It seems to demonstrate the fundemental concepts well using a simple command line environment and Ant to compile. I am finding the translation to netbeans ide trying at times, for instance, learning to hide the reference to the /faces/ servlet is a question I still have. I also notice that it really does not go into advanced examples of interactive forms, although the concepts of event handling are discussed in detail. By interactive forms I mean menu selections that populate other components of the UI, not just validation. If I had a reference book on JSF simular to Naughton and Schildts "Java2, The complete reference", I would'nt bother with long winded explanations until I saw that the technology was truly taking hold.
 
Rajeev Ravindran
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I have 'JSF in Action' by Kito D Mann. its good in my opinion.

you can find good JSF articles on ibm developer works. here is the one;
JSF for nonbelievers

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Sergey Smirnov
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Many JSF books have sample chapters available for your review.
Take a look at:
http://jsftutorials.net/jsf-books/free-chapters.html
 
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