Tuesday 21st June, 2011
4:30pm to 5:45pm
Now that JavaServer Faces (JSF) 2.0 is out, what do you do with that recently completed JSF 1.x application? Like most Java standards, JSF 2.0 strives for backwards compatibility. However, if you want to use new features like simpler UI components, new events, Groovy support, or the built-in Facelets support, you will have to perform some upgrade steps.
After examining how JSF 2’s support for Facelets in detail, we’ll walk through the process of upgrading a JSF 1.x application to JSF 2.0, pointing out areas that may benefit from new features.
Principal Consultant at Virtua, focusing on enterprise architecture, training, development, and mentoring with Java EE, JSF, Web Components, portlets & Liferay. bio from Twitter
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