Practical JSF in Java EE 8

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Practical JSF in Java EE 8: Web Applications ​in Java for the Enterprise

by Michael Muller
  • Length: 480 pages
  • Edition: 1st ed.
  • Publisher: Apress
  • Publication Date: 2018-06-30
  • ISBN-10: 1484230299
  • ISBN-13: 9781484230299
  • Sales Rank: #1974910 (See Top 100 Books)

Master the Java EE 8 and JSF (JavaServer Faces) APIs and web framework with this practical, projects-driven guide to web development. This book combines theoretical background with a practical approach by building four real-world applications. By developing these JSF web applications, you’ll take a tour through the other Java EE technologies such as JPA, CDI, Security, WebSockets, and more.

In Practical JSF in Java EE 8, you will learn to use the JavaServer Faces web framework in Java EE 8 to easily construct a web-based user interface from a set of reusable components. Next, you add JSF event handling and then link to a database, persist data, and add security and the other bells and whistles that the Java EE 8 platform has to offer.

After reading this book you will have a good foundation in Java-based web development and will have increased your proficiency in sophisticated Java EE 8 web development using the JSF framework.

What You Will Learn

  • Use the Java EE 8 and the JavaServer Faces APIs to build Java-based web applications through four practical real-world case studies
  • Process user input with JSF and the expression language by building a calculator application
  • Persist data using JSF templating and Java Persistence to manage an inventory of books
  • Create and manage an alumni database using JSF, Ajax, web services and Java EE 8’s security features.

Who This Book Is For

Those new to Java EE 8 and JSF. Some prior experience with Java is recommended.

Table of Contents

Part I: TinyCalculator
Chapter 1: TinyCalculator
Chapter 2: Foundations
Chapter 3: JavaServer Faces
Chapter 4: Expression Language
Chapter 5: HTML-Friendly Markup
Chapter 6: Configuration Files
Chapter 7: Testing with Selenium
Chapter 8: TinyCalculator Recap

Part II: Books
Chapter 9: Preparing for Java EE 8
Chapter 10: Introducing the Books Application
Chapter 11: Starting the Books App
Chapter 12: Java Persistence API
Chapter 13: JSF Templating
Chapter 14: Going International
Chapter 15: Bean Validation
Chapter 16: Contexts and Dependency Injection
Chapter 17: Conversation Scope
Chapter 18: Links
Chapter 19: Responsive Design
Chapter 20: Summary and Perspective

Part III: Intermezzo
Chapter 21: Intermezzo
Chapter 22: JSF Lifecycle Revisited
Chapter 23: Repetitive Structures

Part IV: Alumni
Chapter 24: Alumni
Chapter 25: Validation
Chapter 26: AJAX Components
Chapter 27: Building Composite Components
Chapter 28: Secure Passwords
Chapter 29: Data Facade
Chapter 30: Activation Mail
Chapter 31: Scheduled Tasks
Chapter 32: Authentication and Authorization
Chapter 33: Account Handling
Chapter 34: Classroom Chat (WebSockets)
Chapter 35: Changing Look and Feel
Chapter 36: Handling Constants

Appendix A: HTML
Appendix B: Cascading Style Sheets
Appendix C: Tag Libraries
Appendix D: Programming Style
Appendix E: Bibliography


Practical JSF in Java EE 8: Web Applications ​in Java for the Enterprise