Developing Web Applications using JSF Technologies

JavaServer™ Faces technology, the server-side component framework designed to simplify the development of user interfaces for Java EE applications, has been simplified and improved, especially in the area of page authoring. Facelets is a powerful but lightweight page declaration language to design JavaServer Faces views using HTML style templates and to build component trees. Facelets also enables code reuse through templating and can significantly reduce the time to develop and deploy user interfaces. Included in Java EE 6, the JSF 2.0 standard further simplifies the web application development.
  • Getting Started with JavaServer Faces
  • List common requirements for web applications
  • Describe the JSF Web Application framework
  • Describe the architecture of the JSF Web Applications
  • Describe the development view of a JSF Application
  • Walk through a simple JSF web application
  • Review the lifecycle of a JSF application
  • Create and deploy a simple JSF web application
  • Designing JSF Pages Using Facelets
  • Describe the hierarchy of UI components
  • Evaluate the structure of JSF pages
  • List the tag libraries supported in Facelets
  • Describe the JSF Core Tag Library
  • Describe the HTML RenderKit Tag Library
  • List common attributes of the HTML tags
  • Use common UI components to design Facelets pages
  • Developing Managed Beans
  • Use JSR-299: Context and Dependency Injection (CDI) annotation
  • Declare managed beans using annotations
  • Bind UI Components with Managed Beans
  • Use managed bean scopes, including Flash
  • Use the Unified Expression Language (EL)
  • Use the faces-config.xml Configuration File
  • Configure beans in the faces-config.xml file
  • Working with Navigation
  • Use static and dynamic navigation
  • Define implicit navigation in JSF pages
  • Configure navigation rules and cases
  • Describe the navigation evaluation process
  • Create a bookmarkable view
  • Creating Message Bundles
  • Create a message bundle for multiple languages
  • Use a message bundle
  • Localize an application
  • Using JSF Templates
  • Use the JSF Facelets Tag Library
  • Create a template and apply it to multiple pages
  • Describe how to use a decorator
  • Use the debugging feature built into JSF
  • Converting and Validating Data
  • Describe the data conversion and validation process
  • Use standard data converters and validators
  • Configure default validators
  • Develop and use custom converters and validators
  • Work with data conversion and validation error messages
  • Use Bean Validation (JSR-303)
  • Working with Data Tables
  • Use a Data Table component
  • Use column headers, footers and captions
  • Apply styles to Data Table elements
  • Customize a data table with a scroll bar
  • Enhance a data table with a sort table class
  • Handling Events
  • Describe the JSF Event Model
  • Use action and value Change Events
  • Register event listeners
  • Describe JSF lifecycle events
  • List the Event model enhancements in JSF 2.0
  • Developing Composite Component and Using Ajax
  • Describe the concept of composite UI components
  • List the elements of a composite component
  • Design and implement a composite component
  • Attach validators to a composite component
  • Use the Facelets AJAX tag to perform field validation
  • Configuring and Deploying JSF Applications
  • Describe JSF Web application stages
  • Configure the state maintenance method
  • Describe the application configuration loading process
  • Install and upgrade JSF implementation for a web container
  • Deploy JSF web applications to the web container
  • Configure security for JSF Web Applications


 
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