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Do you build web applications with JSF and GlassFish? And do you need to process inputs with characters which are coded with multi-bytes using UTF-8, e.g. German Umlauts? You might have recognized a strange behavior if you use GlassFish 4. … Continue reading
Do you like to read about web development with JSF? Try my tutorial . Even though the examples are explained with NetBeans, you may follow this tutorial using any other IDE. If you like this tutorial (and want me to … Continue reading
JSF 2.2 is on it’s way. In this lesson I want to introduce one of the new features, HTML5 friendly markup (using Pass Through Elements).
In part VII of this tutorial you’ll find some requirenments of the book application. The application is live now, and you can find it here . The information about the books and the reviews is stored in a database. JavaServer … Continue reading
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