JSF stands for Java Server Faces. JSF is MVC (Model - View - Controller) based user interface ( UI ) Java Web framework which has server-side components for building Java web applications user interfaces. JSF provides a well defined programming model and various tag libraries. With the help of JSF, Java-ee web developers can easily and quickly build enterprise java web applications.
Here we will find some features of Faceletes and JSP (Java Server Page) to find out some difference between Facelets and JSP.
How To Create Web Application using JSF PrimeFaces 3.5 Components JAVA EE 7 in NetBeans-IDE 7.4 and with Glass-Fish Web Application ServerThis tutorial is for new software developers who want to learn how to create a custom web application development using Java EE 7 web technology, JSF 2.2 Frame work and Primefaces components in Netbeans IDE. In this tutorial we shall use NetBeans IDE 7.4 development tool which have much more support for Primefaces components and have in built Primefaces component library.
PrimeFaces is an open source and lightweight Java Server Faces 2.0 component suite. It has 100+ rich set JSF components for Desktop Web application and Mobile Web application development. It is one of the most famous JSF component library for Web applications development.
Oracle ADF (Application Development Framework) is Java EE framework that make the Web, Desktop and Mobile application development process simplifies and fast, by providing a visual and declarative development experience.
In this video tutorial of Oracle webCenter Portal, you will learn how to create a Oracle WebCenter Portal web site from scratch using Oracle JDeveloper 11g and how to manage, secure your web pages and how to adding external resources to your web portal sites navigation.