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JSF Beginner's Guide

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Hi, I am researching the possibility of using JSF2 for our in house project. I have a very basic questions to ask about JSF2.

I read from JSF Wiki that JSF2 supports "graceful degradation" in case the client browser is disabled.

Can anyone tell me exactly what it means?

Can JSF2 work without JavaScript enabled? If yes, what kind of degradations will there be?

Say if we are using Facelets and AJAX-enabled JSF UIComponents, is there a HARD dependency of JSF2 on client side JavaScript being enabled?

Thanks for any helps out there? Appreciate.

Ed Burns

>>>>> On Wed, 17 Mar 2010 10:35:06 -0700 (PDT), webtier@javadesktop.org said:

R> JSF beginners ,see this tutorial

Thanks for sharing this. How about a 2.0 version?

Ed

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demopoly
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Thank you!~

Adding search terms I just used:

FAQ, New User, Howto