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how much u teach jsp and how much not

 
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hi,
how much u teach jsp and how much not ?
i mean how much your book is teaching jsf and to what level

how is the language ? and whats the mininmum requrement to learn this language ?


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If you are new to JSF (and Ajax) I would recommend that you pick up one of many great books available that are focusing on teaching you the basics/foundation of JSF respectively Ajax.

JSF in Action, Manning
JavaServer Faces, O'Reilly

Foundations of Ajax, Apress
Ajax Patterns, Apress
Ajax in Action, Manning

When you are comfortable with these two technologies/techniques the next good volume in your collection would be our book

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