The following topics and more will be covered in detail in my
upcoming book with Neil Griffin, href="http://bit.ly/edburnsjsf2">JavaServer Faces 2.0: The Complete
Reference. Please enjoy this early access content!
for the sins of the past" />The image on the left is a screengrab I
took when I was reviewing content for my upcoming book, with Neil
Griffin, JavaServer Faces 2.0: The
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has developed a 50 minute audio-visual presentation recounting his
experience in writing the book.
This ultra-quick blog entry shows how to use the JSF runtime to
access metadata for a composite component. Note that most of the
metadata is optional when creating a composite component, therefore,
this entry will be of interest to tool vendors and those wishing to
write composite components that stand a chance of showing up nicely in
One of my side-jobs at Sun is shepherding JSR-303 into Glassfish.
Because JSR-303 spec lead does such a fantastic job leading the spec,
and JSR-303 RI lead Hardy Ferentschik does such a fantastic job
implementing it, it's pretty easy.
Well, even though this webinar was performed for about 60 people and
recorded live on href="http://weblogs.java.net/blog/edburns/archive/2009/05/jsf2_webinar_ne.html">14
May 2009, and the slides were published href="http://weblogs.java.net/blog/edburns/archive/2009/05/slides_and_feed.html">that
same day, it's taken much longer to get the recording published.
I had a brief conversation with Cay Horstmann during JavaOne at which
I was eager to hear his list of gripes about JSF. Before I get into the
content, I have to say I don’t know why people feel compelled to
be unprofessional when they talk about this stuff.
When I was updating our
with JSF page, I had cause to visit JCP.org, and found that the long
awaited new site is available. Please check it out at < target="_blank" href="http://jcp.org/">http://jcp.org/>.
Congratulations to the JCP team for pushing through and getting it
Back in March, I was able to deliver on a long-ago-made promise to
make the JSF EG discussions href="http://weblogs.java.net/blog/edburns/archive/2009/03/response_to_a_c.html">observable
by everyone. One must accept the legal terms in order to view the
discussions, but the process is simple and to date at least 70
individual have registered to observe the list.