Monthly Archives: December 2012

Tutorial web development (with JSF) VIII: Backstage

In a traditional application, usually the application itself is responsible for the presentation. Even if you should use a special display sever such as X, it is still controlled by the application. Unlike in a web application. Here the data … Continue reading

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Rename property

In Java development, if you have a private attribute with corresponding public getter/setter pair, this is usually treated as just one property. NetBeans has the ability to rename this getter and all it’s occurrencies in the Java sources. The same … Continue reading

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JSF App

In the past, I build up a new JSF based web application, which is out of the scope of this blog. Right now, I’m working to enhance my booklist (it-rezension.de), powered by JSF. Once finished I’ll do what I promised … Continue reading

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NetBeans: Improved go to declaration

Suppose you are editing a JSF page. There might be a text field with a value, derived fom an EL expression. <h:inputText id=”title” styleClass=”inputFull” value=”#{editBook.book.title}”/>

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