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Any free online resource to learn jsf

 
ashley Jug
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Hello,

I have never done jsf before and i want to learn this framework. Is there any good online resources where i can learn it from scratch?
i am using eclipse as ide.

Thanks in advance.

 
Dave Salter
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Hi,

If you check out JSF Central (http://jsfcentral.net), you will find lots of free resources.
 
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JSF 2.x, the current specification and part of JavaEE6, is more convenient and easier than the older versions. It also made some of the older version techniques obsolete.
So you should look specifically for JSF 2 tutorials and articles, because most of the material out there pertains to the older obsolete versions.

One resource I liked is Marty Hall's tutorial. It teaches concepts as well as coding well. http://www.coreservlets.com/JSF-Tutorial/jsf2/

Another resource that is not as good but still useful is the JSF section in Oracle's JavaEE6 tutorial http://java.sun.com/javaee/6/docs/tutorial/doc/bnadp.html
 
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