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Need to get started with JSF.

 
Aj Villalobos
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I would like to get help, currently i need to have a setup of Eclipse + Jboss + Primefaces to work with JSF. I have basic background with java,not really deep but also have intermediate background in HTML/CSS, a little of PHP. I've tried searching up in the net but the tutorials are either way in Netbeans or Glassfish. Thanks for the help!
 
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Welcome to the JavaRanch!

Your IDE should not be a major consideration. If you can't work with JSF unless you have an IDE, you're simply hobbling on crutches.

One of the best introductions to JSF I know of is a 4-part IBM DeveloperWorks series called "JSF for Non-Believers". Although it's pretty old, the advice it gives still applies.
 
Aj Villalobos
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Thank you sir. I will be reading it.
 
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