Core JavaServer Faces (Sun Microsystems Press Java Series)

Core JavaServer Faces (Sun Microsystems Press Java Series)

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  • Release Date: 14 June, 2004
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Authors: David Geary, Cay Horstmann

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Customer Rating: 4.67 of 5 (3 total reviews)

  • 4 starsGood for beginners

    Other reviews have covered most of the good things of this book. I want to point out a few other facts: It is more "textbook" like. Very good for beginners, but may not very useful for advanced. If you are building a real web application, you will find that you cannot find answers for some common questions.

  • 5 starsExcellent for beginners and experts

    This is the official book by Sun Microsystems Press. I found it easy to read and very informative. The first part requires little Java programming, having a gentle introduction into beans, navigation, standard components and validators. This should get anyone up to speed right away. The later chapters have more meat for experts, custom validators and components, databases and web services (not strictly JSF but still great to see how the pieces fit together) and finally a "how do I" chapter that's filled with nuggets. Much better than the Orielly book.

  • 5 starsBest Book on Faces

    This is the best book on JSF on the market today: (1) Authors are experts. (2) Tells you how to use the technology, not just how it was designed. (3) Doesn't require prior experience with JSP, servlets. (4) No pages wasted on reference material that is available online. Highly recommended!