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Good Books to learn basics of JSF

 
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Hi,
can anyone tell to learn JSF in easy way like with examples.
thanks
 
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You can go to amazon and Search there for JavaServer Faces. Choose a book with more, than 10 reviews, and average more, than 4 stars. It should be as new as possible
 
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I like "Core JSF" and "Jsf in Action"
 
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Originally posted by Alexander Jesse:
I like "Core JSF" and "Jsf in Action"



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I have read Java Server Faces from Orielly and it was a good book with good examples. I am now reading Core JSF from Sun Press and this book is a little more in depth. The examples and code is pretty good too. I liked David Geary's Core JSTL too. I guess I am used to his style.

Tom
 
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I started with Geary's Core JSF and couldn't connect with it. I'm using Mann's JSF in Action now and it's starting to make sense.

Just my 2 cents,

-Anthony
 
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Originally posted by Anthony Carlos:
[QB]I started with Geary's Core JSF and couldn't connect with it. I'm using Mann's JSF in Action now and it's starting to make sense.



Cent percent agreement.
 
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I'm also using Core JavaServer Faces by Geary & Horstmann, and I find it very clear & helpful.
 
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I read both Oreilly JavaServer Faces and JavaServer Faces in Action. I found JSF In Action is more well structured than Oreilly JSF. Just my humble opinion.
 
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