The JSF 2 specification (JSR-314) addresses a substantial number of long standing pain points that JSF users have come to accept as a hard-knock life. At last, JSF is a true contender amongst web frameworks. However, the JSF 2 specification is not the end of the story. Thankfully, it has opened new doors for projects like Seam and RichFaces to extend, prototype, and improve on it. This session covers how Seam Faces 3 and RichFaces 4 build on JSF 2 to bring you more built-in functionality, components and extension points. Seam Faces fills in gaps in the core programming model, while RichFaces supplies a rich set of UI components and backing models. Both Seam and RichFaces developers played a significant role in the development of JSF 2 and continue to lead the way in the RIA ecosystem. Attend this session to learn how to boost your JSF 2 experience.
Principal Software Engineer at JBoss by Red Hat; JBoss Community Liaison; Seam & Arquillian project member; Author of Seam in Action; Open Source Advocate
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