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JSF in Neal's Book ...?

 
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Hi Neal,
Is there any introduction to Java Server Faces in your book?
 
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Try to search at book index.
 
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I couldn't find it there, that's why I asked.
 
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It doesn't
 
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That is correct, JSF was only a specification when I was writing the book. I thought about including it, but I wanted to concentrate on working code.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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