Web development – for lots of today’s applications this is a kind of must have. But, for many programmers this feels a bit unusual. They cannot develop an application build up by just one programming language, controlling everything by just one program (maybe consisting of a bunch of loosely coupled tiers). Browser and application, these are apparently two distinct worlds. The browser just queries some content from a server to display it at the client, and then forgets about the connection. Thus, to continue with the application, the client must include some identifier into the next call to enable the server remembering and restoring the last state. JSF as part of the Java universe is made for this. But you need more. For example persistence. In a Java EE 6 world, this is done with JPA. And at client side, its HTML, CSS and some JavaScript. This is, what this tutorial is made of. I’ll publish this in loose series. This entry page will lead you to its content.

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