About the Book
The web is everywhere. And today's software often uses a web interface to use it from any place - via intranet within a company or via internet worldwide. Java is a well established programming language, not only for business critical applications, but for web applications too. This way, it is a good choice to use Java for the web.
JavaServer Faces is a web framework build upon the Java servlet technology which makes it easy to construct a UI from a set of reusable UI components. It provides a simple model for wiring client-generated events to server-side application code. Depending on the developers preference, the client side can be constructed using tags which hides most of that HTML stuff, or it can build up almost with HTML, flavored with some small special markers.
This book introduces you to web development using Java and JSF, which you can use to build complete, small to comprehensive size applications. The goal of this book is to create a good foundation in web development and take the reader to a more sophisticated level. To pursue this goal, related JEE technologies like persistence (JPA), CDI, container based security, test tools and more are discussed.
[Purchase now and get all updates without extra charge. Estimated 350 pages.]
Update Dec. 2016: The book reached 350 pages. Expect some more!
About the Author
Michael Müller is an IT professional with more than 30 years of experience including about 25 years in the healthcare sector. During this time, he has worked in different areas, especially project and product management, consulting, and software development. He gained international knowledge not only by targeting international markets, but also by leading external teams (from Eastern Europe and India).
Michael is a JSF professional user and a member of the JSR 344 (JSF) expert group.
He frequently reads books and writes reviews as well as technical papers, which are mostly published in German-printed magazines and on his website at http://it-rezension.de. Besides that, he irregular blogs about software development at http://blog.mueller-bruehl.de.