Improving JSF by Dumping JSP (137 tags)
JSF is a great technology for complex web application interfaces. But Hans Bergsten urges you not to give up on JSF just because the JSP layer is flawed; using a custom
ViewHandler resolves all of the issues.
Upload Files with JSF and MyFaces (8 tags)
Want to support uploading of files from the user's browser to your web application? You could parse the multipart form data yourself--or you could let Java do it for you. JSF doesn't support this out of the box, but, as Andrei Cioroianu shows, several JSF-based frameworks do.
Introducing JavaServer Faces (4 tags)
JavaServer Faces, or JSF, is heralded as the next step in server-side programming. It promises to make your life easier, your programs more maintainable, and maybe even your job more enjoyable. Budi Kurniawan demonstrates JSF, explaining why it's useful and if it lives up to its promises.
Using JSF (2 tags)
Sun's recently released Web Services Developer Pack 1.2 includes an early-access release of JavaServer Faces. Andrei Cioroianu demonstrates building web forms, managing user input, and binding UI components to JavaBean properties.