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To the Authors (Holmes, Schalk and Burns): JSF kicking .NET's *ss?  RSS feed

 
Rick Buitrago
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Hello to Mr Holmes et. al.
I want to know your point of view respecting the capability of this framework to ease the whole development process and thus becoming a real contendor to .NET's domain in small-to-medium scaled apps

Thanks for your time, I'd really like to have a copy of your book

Rick B
 
Chris Schalk
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Rick,

Checkout this writeup I did awhile back:

http://www.javalobby.org/articles/jsf-asp/

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Dave Salter
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In my opinion, the power of JSF is in its ease of use, and I think this is where it competed directly with .NET

Visual editors for JSF (JDeveloper and Java Studio Creator) are both very powerful and make developing web based applications as easy in Java as they are in .NET

If you can develop JSF apps as quickly as you can develop .NET apps, then the whole argument of which to use becomes somewhat diminished (at least from a technical point of view ;) )
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