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Advice required for choosing JSF component framework

 
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Hi,

I am a JSF newbie and with the myriad number of choices for JSF Component Frameworks it is getting confusing.
I would like to choose a framework which is open source, easy to use and well documented.
Please let me know which of the following component frameworks is best suited - Apache Tomahawk , Apache Trinidad, IceFaces, Rich Faces or any other framework. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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Kiran
 
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