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Adewale Adebusoye
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Hi, could someone give me a list of links of completed projects in jsf that are already up and running and deployed on the web?
Just so i get to see what a finished work looks like.
thanks


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Richard Green
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you can download demo applications from the sun jsf website (and apache myfaces website)


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Saskia de Jong
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That a non-reply. I don't the OP is interested in yet another demo of something, but instead is looking for some REAL production site used by REAL users.

One such site that comes to mind is: https://www.neteller.com/
This one was build on MyFaces. There are probably many more, but a list would indeed be nice.
Gregg Bolinger
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I'd suspect that about 90% of JSF developed web apps are for internal use only thus far. I know the project I am working on uses JSF but it's only for the admin piece. The front end is Flash. So the general public will never see the JSF.

Another reason I think public JSF driven apps would be a short list is because JSF is really good at forms. Form heavy apps aren't what typically make up publicly available websites. JSF isn't real good for general HTML/DHTML/Javascript driven sites that are mainly just displaying information. At least I don't think so.


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