Ok, I not only survived a horrible breakdown. I need to be a bit patient and hopefully I’ll be fully restored. Time to talk about life cycle. Lifecycle of JSF. Not a full-fledged article yet, but a tutorial to find out by yourself.
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Its not really ready, the interactive book list containing my reviews. Anyhow, I decided to go online with a kind of preview: it-rezension.de. Developed as JSF-Application using NetBeans, I’ll report about the internals. The first of this series was my last article about a simplified language switcher. More will follow.
If you search the web, you’ll find a couple of solutions to change the language of your web application. I like to contribute an other one, which might be the shortest 😉 Suppose, you want to display all supported languages in their native tongue.Â Thus, you need no translation for the language names. The language […]
In my blog, I publish a list of those books, I wrote a review for. Every book will be displayed in a table with this information: Title Subtitle Author(s) Publisher Year Language ISBN Short text Reference to my rewiew These information is written manually and has to be maintained for every category and language. Changing […]
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 asterisk. Now, what we want to do, is to write a central function which might […]
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 as kind of container for the shared part, which contains some individual information. As a […]
Outside of my tutorial, and therefore be compressed, I would like to report on this recent experience with JSF. In a Web application, the user can register for various services (features). After login, a summary page, which optionally provides information about individual features, is presented. The app comes with a bean, called SessionControlle, which instantiates […]
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 wants to stay on this site and continues calculating. On the other side, lots of […]
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 tutorial as interesting and send me soma errata. Thus I like to tell you, I'm […]
Styles Now, our tiny caculator masters the basic arithmetics. Within the browser, this looks a bit compact. It’s usefull to design the user interface. And the medium of choice to design a web page are the cascading style sheets (CSS). Since this is a JSF tutorial and not a CSS one, I’ll only show how […]