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Selecting JSF book

Muhammad Durrah

Joined: May 19, 2011
Posts: 2
I have two choices for selecting a JSF 2.0 book; I have "Core Javaserver faces" and "JSF: the complete reference"..

I want your advise about selecting the good one for me..
now I'm very good in JSF 2.0 but I want to get more advance.. what is the better book for me?...

note: I -maybe- read a good amount of both books..
Brendan Healey
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Joined: May 12, 2009
Posts: 218

I would suggest just getting both of them. If I had to choose I would say that Core JSF is the better book, a bit more
up to date. The complete reference book does, as you might expect, contain a lot of reference material, things that
are easily found online, and is perhaps a little less useful because of it. IMHO.
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