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binu narayanan
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I am beginner with JSF can any recommend some good book or some site

Thank you in advance
 
Vishal Chaudhry
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Book: Core JavaServer Faces by David Geary & Cay Horstmann
Site: http://jsftutorials.net/
 
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Another book: Java Server Faces in Action by Kito D Mann

Core JSF is good to start building JSF application quicky as you can easily draw parallel with plain HTML page creation based on the approach the book takes in the beginning. JSF in Action gives better uderstanding of the action behind the scenes.
 
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Sorry Bear Bibeault about the Subject. I will make sure that next post will carry some thing more meaningful subject.

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Vishal Chaudhry wrote:Another book: Java Server Faces in Action by Kito D Mann

Core JSF is good to start building JSF application quicky as you can easily draw parallel with plain HTML page creation based on the approach the book takes in the beginning. JSF in Action gives better uderstanding of the action behind the scenes.



Thank you Vishal. I will get this book and get started on JSF
 
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