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JSF Jumpstart by John Ferguson Smart

Small book cover: JSF Jumpstart

JSF Jumpstart
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Publisher: Wakaleo Consulting Ltd
Number of pages: 67

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This book teaches you how to build dynamic web sites in Java using JavaServer Faces, using a hands-on, practical approach. Little or no prior experience in web development is necessary (though a bit of Java knowledge would help). Using an easy-to-follow, tutorial style, you will learn how to use JavaServer Faces to build real-world Java web applications, including screens, navigation and business logic. Along the way, you will learn the key concepts behind JavaServer Faces.

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