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JSF Component Development

 
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Please which book can i get that focuses on JSF Component Development
 
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Hi,

there is a nice book which describes the development of jsf-components:
JavaServer Faces. The Complete Reference (Complete Reference Series) - written by Chris Schalk, Ed Burns

There is also a nice artivel on the ibm website as well: http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/library/j-jsf4/

Maybe Facelets are the better choice cauz you can use the existing standard-jsf-components to build you own "component". So it's a lot easier to develop "components" with facelets.
Have a look at https://facelets.dev.java.net/ (the documentation is very good)

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