AJAX and Java Development Made Simpler
Many Web developers complain that Java EE is too complex, building new Web components is difficult, customizing the existing ones is not as easy as it should be, and minor changes require application restarts. This series presents simple solutions to these problems, using code generators, conventions, scripting languages, and the latest JSP features.
- Part 2: Use Conventions to Minimize Setup and Configuration
- Part 4: Create JSF-like Components, Using JSP Tag Files
Auto-Save JSF Forms with AJAX
This series shows how to automatically save form data in a Java Web application using AJAX and JSF. You'll learn how to submit Web forms with AJAX, how to use the JSF framework to handle AJAX requests, how to control the JSF request processing life cycle, how to manage form data on the server side, and how to identify anonymous users across browser sessions.
- Part 1: Use XMLHttpRequest to Submit JSF Forms
- Part 2: Manage Form Data on the Server Side
- Part 3: Restore the User Input of JSF Forms
- Part 1: Enhance the Appearance of Your JSF Pages
- Part 2: Dynamic JSF Forms