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Hi all!

I'm wondering buying a JSF book and I'd like to know wich is the best. From what I've seen there are many from the major editors, so I'm really in doubt .

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Daniel
 
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My favorite JSF books are:
"Core JavaServer Faces" by David Geary & Cay Horstmann
"JavaServer Faces in Action" by Kito Mann

If you have a good expertise in the core JSP development,
"JavaServer Faces" by Hans Bergsten might be instresting to read also.

You can decide which book is sutable for you reading the free chapters from the book mentioned above.
URL: http://www.jsftutorials.net/jsf-books/free-chapters.html
[ March 29, 2005: Message edited by: Sergey Smirnov ]
 
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