Updated: app servers added to query
Rather than spend lots of time researching this, I thought I'd try my hand at asking a question of the blogosphere.
I'd like to know what developer tools and application servers are using which JSF implementation. I know that WebSphere Studio (or RAD, or whatever it's called these days) used Sun's JSF impl pretty much off-the-shelf, and that Oracle uses Sun's...
Here is an ultra-quick blog entry sharing something in JSF 1.2 about
which I'm not sure many people are aware. Thanks to the unified EL, it
is possible to refer to JSF managed beans and other JSF concepts using
plain old JSP expressions in the page. For example, let's say you have
a JSF app that is a bookstore. In the app is a managed bean that is a
Map where the keys are ISBN numbers and the...
The content and ideas in this blog entry are taken from my upcoming
McGraw Hill Osborne book JavaServer Faces: The Complete
Reference, which I am co-authoring with Chris Schalk. In the
book, we have a chapter on Securing JavaServer Faces applications. This
excerpt shows how the extensible design of JavaServer Faces can be used
to allow JAAS to provide authentication to a JSF Web application....
With the demise of the Sun Engineer's Sandbox, my content posted there has disappeared. Thankfully I saved a copy. Thanks to srcerer on the ##jsf chat room on freenode for reminding me to repost this.
To celebrate the release of Ruby on Rails (RoR) 1.0, I have taken the
concept from Rails's ActionController and brought it to
JSF. For those unfamiliar with RoR or the flash, the...