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JSF/RAD 7 resources

Duran Harris
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Hi all,

I want to start learning how to develop JSF applications with RAD 7....Now I was just wondering what book you would recommend?Maybe there are some texts focusing on eclipse/RAD 7/JSF in particular?Or would it be sufficient to buy any beginners JSF book?


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Jeanne Boyarsky
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Duran,
A regular JSF is fine. There's not much that is IDE specific. And you can read that part online for free in an IBM Redbook - to see the wizards.


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Duran Harris
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Okay!'Core JavaServerFaces' it is!
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I like that book!
Duran Harris
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Do you like the 1st edition too??
Seems I need to know JSF 1.0...
 
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