Schlagwort-Archive: HTML @en

GlassFish behind Apache HTTP Server

You may have developed a web application using JSF or other techniques, wich runs on an application server and should be reachable from the internet. You might configure your AppServer, e.g. GlassFish, listening on port 80 directly. Usually it is … Weiterlesen

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JSF, mark required fields

Don’t you know this: You have an application using some dialogs and each dialog contains some required fields and some, whiche are not mandatory. To disinguish these two kinds of fields, the required fields should be marked, e.g. with an … Weiterlesen

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Tutorial web development (with JSF) VI: Templates

Templates In the last part of this series, we created a second page, which looked similar to the first one. Now, we will put the common parts into a central place. To do this, we’ll create a template, which acts … Weiterlesen

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Tutorial web development (with JSF) V: Scene change

Scene change The tiny calculator is now functional. After entering the two parameters ans clicking on one of the buttons for the basic arthimetics, you’ll get the result just below the buttons. This is well designed since the usuer usually … Weiterlesen

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Tutorial web development (with JSF)

For a while, I had not written a new article for my tutorial. Those people, who follow me on Twitter may know about my heavy workload at the institute. Currently, I got a feedback by Andreas Schlappig, who recognized this … Weiterlesen

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