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In this section we will discuss about various examples of JSF. This section describes some important examples of JSF which will help you in to create web applications using JSF framework.

JSF Examples

In this section we will discuss about various examples of JSF.

This section describes some important examples of JSF which will help you in to create web applications using JSF framework. You can find here various examples, I have tried to list these examples in a sequence that will help you in learning from beginning to advance. After going through this section you will find the examples like, how to get JSF, how to install JSF, how to create simple application in JSF, JSF ManagedBean example etc.

Before starting to create web applications a user should be aware about the following concepts of JSF. You can follow the topic links for reading in detail :

  • What is JSF : This page describes you about the JSF such as what is JSF, why we need to JSF, JSF components etc.
     
  • JSF Versions : This page describes you about the versions of JSF, and their releases in detail.
     
  • How JSF Fits For Web Applications : This page describes you why one should choose JSF framework for developing web applications. In this page the solid reasons are given for choosing the JSF framework as web application development.
     
  • JSF Components : In this page you will read about the components in JSF. This page describes the various components.
     
  • JSF Renders : In this page you will read about the rendering of JSF components. This page describes you how the JSF components are rendered and displayed to the client.

Requirements to create a JSF applications.

Before starting to create web applications using JSF framework we should have to focus on the following topics :

  • Java JDK (1.5 or later version) should be installed.
  • Web Server for deploying the JSF applications, should be installed.
  • Compatible Web Browser like, Mozilla, Chrome etc. should be installed.
  • An IDE for example, Eclipse, NetBeans should be installed.

After checking these requirements you are now able to create web application using JSF. Follow the links given below these will help you in creating your applications.

  • How to get JSF : In this section you will read about how can you get the JSF. This page describes you the links and processes about getting the JSF.
     
  • How to install JSF : In this section you will read about how to install JSF. This page describes you about installation of JSF into tomcat web server.
     
  • How to create simple JSF application : In this section you will read about how to create a JSF application. This page describes all the steps for creating web application using JSF.
     
  • JSF Managed Bean Example : In this section you will read about how to create Managed Bean in JSF. This page describes you about the Managed Bean and how they can be created.
     
  • JSF HTML tags
    • JSF Form tag : In this section you will read about how to create form in your web application.
       
    • JSF Input Text Tag : In this section you will read about how to create an input text box for the user interface in the web application.
       
    • JSF Output Text Tag : In this section you will read about how to use <h:outputText> tag for displaying the formatted output in your web application.
       
    • JSF Message Tag : In this section you will learn about how to apply a message tag in your web application for displaying a message for the corresponding component.
       
    • JSF Input Secret Tag : In this section you will learn about how to take input for which input characters should not be readable to user such as taking input as password of registered user.
       
  • JSF Core Tags
    • JSF Attribute Tag : In this section you will read about how to use attribute tag in JSF. This page describes how can you set an attribute for a component.
       
    • JSF Converter Tag : In this section you will read about the converter tag in JSF. This page describes you how can you register converter for a component.
       
    • JSF Param Tag : In this section you will read about how to pass a parameter to a component.
       
    • JSF Validator Tag : In this section you will read about the validator tag in JSF. This page describes you how can you register validation for a component.
       
    • JSF LoadBundle Tag : In this section you will read about the loadBundle tag in JSF. This page describes you how can you load the resource bundles in your application.
       
  • JSF Facelet Tags
    • Facelet component Tag : In this section you will read about how you can add a new component into the component tree in JSF.
       
    • Facelet define Tag : In this section you will read about how you can define the content name.
       
    • Facelet include Tag : In this section you will read about how you can include content of a page.
       
    • Facelet insert Tag : In this section you will read about how you can replace the content defined in another facelt.
       
    • Facelet repeat Tag : In this section you will read about how you can iterate over the list of items.
       

Some Miscellaneous Examples Of JSF

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Posted on: May 9, 2013

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