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Blog Archive for jhook during February 2006

First off, thanks to the JCP and JEE EG for allowing us to add this feature so late in the game. The system *does* work! Now, on to the details... The core of JSF views are mutable component trees, uniquely identified, black boxes of encapsulated features that can be dropped in and combined in the true academic definition of a 'component'. Each component can participate not only in rendering,...
With traditional Action MVC frameworks (Struts), you have a specific set of scopes to store state in over transactions: request, session, and application. Often, while developing applications with Action MVC frameworks, you have to make a decision to store objects/state in the request or the session. There can be consequences to the the performance of your application in either case. You can...