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am 2. Juli 2007
I did not throw away the book after 100 pages...so you might rather read the following lines.
JSF in Action is a well written introduction to a questionable technology. Mann does a good job of covering the basics involved in getting started with simple JSF applications.
The book starts with a general overview and develops a set of examples throughout the book, while extending the JSF features used. These examples - while not actual "reference projects" - are not so simple as to be of no practical value. They show typical beginner-problems and the JSF-way of solving them.
The in-depth problems that occur in more sophisticated environments are not covered - and while writing this I am not aware of any book that really covers JSF in a "Bitter JSF" style. The book contains links to extension-chapters that are available online and _really_ useful. These extensions cover advanced stuff like custom components etc.
This is a no frills technical book with a really good index - in contrast to The Complete Reference. You will find no puns, jokes or such stuff here. So some will find the subject rather dry. I enjoyed the book.
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am 17. November 2006
Don't buy this book.It's a waste of money and time.
You won't find any complete code only lines of code. After 120 pages(oh, i lost so much time) i throw the book away. AWFUL