Originally posted by Freddy Wong:
Actually Visual JSF in NetBeans also has standard JSF components. But if you're new to JSF, it's better if you code it by hand first. At least you need to know how the JSF framework works. Once you get well versed in it, you can use Visual JSF.
Just my 2 cents.
Originally posted by Syed Saifuddin:
Enjoy the Ajax in JSF by using phase listener. It work for me as an open servlet.
I never make all to all comparison but for ajax specific comparison. I ask for help. Any way now most of my issue is solved by IBM Article