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RichFaces vs Facelets

 
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Dear all,
im new to RichFaces and Facelets.I read about them .I found jsf code has use these 2 technologies.Really i dont know why is that.Would anyone explain to me why this combination between them in one jsf page.If they complete each other and may has glue for that please tell me the relationship or the cases that may need to use both in one jsf page.
Or who face case that he has to combine these 2 frameworks together specially thier tags.

 
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Facelets is a view management framework targeting HTML displays. RichFaces is a set of JSF tags that extends and enhances the core JSF tagset.

My primary use for Facelets is because it allows me to build tiled displays without going into screaming fits like I do when I try using the old Apache Tiles, and because it produces more usefule error displays when a page request fails.

RichFaces provides me with enhanced data and input displays and a dead-simple easy to use AJAX support system.

So I use them in combination on almost every page of my JSF webapps.
 
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Thanks a lot..i get the point and now use this combination it is really wonderful.
 
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