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Duran Harris
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Joined: Nov 09, 2008
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Hi all,

I'm looking to get into JSF... though I dont know which book to learn from... Core JSF 3rd edition looked good as well as JSF 2.0 The Complete Reference...


What do you advise?


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Jeanne Boyarsky
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I liked Core JSF. I didn't read the complete reference one so I can't compare directly.


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David Lidz
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I myself have started learning JSF and the Core JSF book is really REALLY good. First time I use a book more then google xD
Duran Harris
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Thanks! Core JSF it is! Only problem now is to find a local supplier...all the local suppliers seem to have the same books and none of them have Core JSF.

If I can't get a copy of that maybe I should get a copy of Pro JSF 2.0 and AJAX(since that is available here)..Is anybody familiar with that one(and is it suitable for a JSF beginner)?
 
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