The Definitive Guide to Apache MyFaces and Facelets is an ideal reference if you're looking to develop realaworld applications with the open-source lightweight Apache MyFaces and Dojo (the Ajax API). The book focuses less on theory and more on aspects like scalability, design, optimization, and configuration. This book emphasizes meeting realaworld requirements for performance and scalability. It includes lucid code samples that reflect the pattern being described. The aIn the Trenchesa sections in each chapter give you advice and recommendations based on actual experiences with each pattern. Whatas more, the aExtreme Extensionsa section at the end of each relevant chapter is dedicated to a afreestylea expression of taking a particular pattern or set of patterns to the max. (This is a great way for you to learn because of the magnification effect.) This is also the first book to embrace the Dojo framework for Ajax. Table of Contents An Introduction to JavaServer Faces The Tomahawk Project Facelets The Trinidad Project Conversations and Scoping with Orchestra Layouts and Themes with Tobago Anti-patterns and PitfallsDefines the CSS style class for the button that leads to the calendar pop-up window. Sets the string for aquot;Go To Current ... Renders a calendar icon instead ofthe button to make the calendar pop up if set to true. The default is a#39;False. componentsanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Definitive Guide to Apache MyFaces and Facelets|
|Author||:||Martin Marinschek, Zubin Wadia, Hazem Saleh, Dennis Byrne|
|Publisher||:||Apress - 2008-09-23|