- Taschenbuch: 578 Seiten
- Verlag: Packt Publishing (25. Juni 2014)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 1782176462
- ISBN-13: 978-1782176466
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 19 x 3,3 x 23,5 cm
- Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 1 Kundenrezension
- Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 22.127 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
Mastering JavaServer Faces 2.2 (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 25. Juni 2014
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Anghel Leonard is a senior Java developer with more than 13 years of experience in Java SE, Java EE, and related frameworks. He has written and published more than 50 articles about Java technologies and more than 500 tips and tricks for many websites that are dedicated to programming. In addition, he has written the following books: • Tehnologii XML XML in Java, Albastra • Jboss Tools 3 Developer's Guide, Packt Publishing • JSF 2.0 Cookbook, Packt Publishing • JSF 2.0 Cookbook: LITE, Packt Publishing • Pro Java 7 NIO.2, Apress • Pro Hibernate and MongoDB, Apress Currently, Anghel is developing web applications using the latest Java technologies on the market (EJB 3.0, CDI, Spring, JSF, Struts, Hibernate, and so on). Over the past two years, he's focused on developing rich Internet applications for geographic information systems.
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Author Anghel Leonard really delivers it with this book. I'm new to JavaServer Faces and I found this book to be the comprehensive guide from front to back, covering everything required to get setup and running rather quickly. From states to custom events I found myself unable to put this book down, in fact I'd recommend picking up the "companion" to this book which I plan on ordering as well: JSF 2.0 Cookbook, Packt Publishing. Once you get this book down having a cookbook is really the next step to really drive home the learning experience.
My favorite part about this book was how it tied in AJAX and how it used events, something I love to do when thinking about how to handle data in an application is how will I work with it, keep track of it, and using events is how I typically deal with it. I was quite pleased with the coverage of AJAX in this book. Something very unique which I also enjoyed was the use of a queue to kinda throttle the requests hitting the server, often times I feel like too many requests are going to fire off at once. My test server is rather old now and get's a bit cranky when I throw lots of data at it. I've also been including factories in PHP setups for quick deployment so I was pleased to see JSF offers a similar type setup allowing me to utilize the portions I need and not worry about other underlying components.
I would have liked to seen more visual elements used in the book, while there are a few diagrams I like to see UML flow charts in use, and some visual elements to help reinforce the overall learning experience. I suppose the HeadFirst series spoiled my brain but I do like how they break up large chunks of text with visual elements. Near the end of the book I enjoyed building the Nadal site, however I would have liked to seen a more robust project using some of the techniques discussed in the earlier chapters. Despite my preferences I feel the book still deserves a 5/5 because it delivers on what it set out to achieve, and that's teach me the basics and medium to advanced JSF utilization's.
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On the top of it, the language level of this book is very pleasant. When used as a reference guide, information can be found quite easily without getting lost in long paragraphs of useless text. Also, there are code samples to be found everywhere.
Other advanced topics will show you how to embed images within an input frame box; or changing color of input box if you click your mouse in a text box. I'm currently half way through the book. I feel I have found the secret book that contains the secret code snippets that the advanced programmers out there are using.
Overall I find this book a great reference and worth reading twice or trice. Very pleased with my purchase.
"Mastering JavaServer Faces 2.2." is a solid reference on JSF 2.0 and JSF 2.2 features. It provides numerous code listings that are black font on white background with no color syntax highlighting and no line numbers. The book liberally references each example's availability online so that code can be downloaded to one's favorite IDE or text editor to get color syntax highlighting, line numbers, and other features that make code easier to read. There are several graphics in "Mastering JavaServer Faces 2.2" and most of them include color in the PDF edition I reviewed.
The best way to see the type of content covered in "Mastering JavaServer Faces 2.2" is to browse the relatively detailed table of contents. This table of contents does a nice job of summarizing at a fairly specific level the topics covered in the book.
I like that "Mastering JavaServer Faces 2.2" frequently referenced alternative JSF and Facelets implementations and compared and contrasted features they offered with the JSF standard and the Mojarra reference implementation. I also liked that the author, in several cases, mentioned features that were supposed to be supported, but were not working for him at time of writing the book.
Although I reviewed this book at Packt Publishing's request, I had already purchased the electronic version earlier this year and received no compensation for this review.
The book offers a good reading with its comprehensive content. If you are into JSF development and keen on Java EE, you need to get this book on your book shelf to shed some light on the path of your Enterprise Web Development journey.
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