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Mastering JavaServer Faces 2.2 by Anghel Leonard
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it was amazing

While not being a beginer's tutorial, this book provides practical receipts and best practices for using JSF technology, including the latest features, like HTML5 and file upload support, resource library contracts, etc.

Chapter 1, Dynamic Access to JSF Application Data through Expression Language (EL 3.0), contains detailed description of recent version of Expression Language (3.0), which is used in JSF 2.2, including advanced topics like creation of custom EL resolvers.
Chapter 3, JSF Scopes – Lifespan and Use in Managed Beans Communication, describes all JSF scopes, including the flow scope, which allows us to demarcate a set of logically related pages or views with an entry point and an exit point.
Chapter 6, Working with Tabular Data, is devoted to the creation of data tables, which are a common feature of enterprise applications.
In chapter 9, JSF State Management, some security aspects of the usage of JSF technology are discussed.
Chapter 10, JSF Custom Components, provides detailed instructions for creating custom JSF components, that gives us a powerful tool for extending JSF functionality and addressing sofisticated requirements and specifications.

The book language is precise, clear, and easy-to-understand. The book text contains useful tip and warning sections; new and important words are highlighted.
Discussed topics are illustrated by numerous code examples and neat tables and diagrams.
Each chapter has a reference to the corresponding source code folder containing ready-to-run Maven projects, relevant to the topics discussed in the chapter.

This book can be useful for any Java developer or software engineer, who works with JSF technology.
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