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Published: Dec 13 2012 / 23:12

JavaServer Faces (JSF) is a Java-based web application framework intended to simplify development integration of web-based user interfaces. JavaServer Faces is a standardized display technology which was formalized in a specification through the Java Community Process.
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madth3 replied ago:

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Seems way outdated.

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henk replied ago:

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It's not that bad, it used at least JSF 2.0 ;) I do wonder why the author choose to duplicate the name of a managed bean every time. e.g. ManagedBean(name = "navigationController", eager = true) @RequestScoped public class NavigationController Why specify that the name is "navigationController" twice? The name attribute is only for when you don't want the simple class name (with the first letter de-capitalized). The eager attribute doesn't make much sense either for the request scope.

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