Category Archives: Web development
The JSF 2.2 Proposal Final Draft was posted by the expert group spec leader Ed Burns today. Read his blog about this issue . The draft is available at the JCP JSR 344 page . JSF 2.2 is included in … Continue reading
In my recent article, I wondered why GlassFish 4 is internally still 3, even though truly recognized by NetBeans EE7. Currently the GlassFish team prepares a rename . And I hope, it will be bundled to NetBeans, just after the … Continue reading
At Java User Group Cologne, I hold a JSF Session (introduction into JSF 2.0 and a short forecast to JSF 2.2) . For the live parts, I used NetBeans to demonstrate code and applications. You’ll find some of this code … 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