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[ANN] Article about JSP/JSF clashes and a better alternative

 
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I promised last week to alert you when my JSF article about problems related to the JSP layer, and how they can be fixed, was published. Well, now it is:

http://www.onjava.com/pub/a/onjava/2004/06/09/jsf.html

I hope it will lead to some interesting discussion regarding a better alternative than JSP for the JSF views in a future version of the spec.

If you've used Tapestry, you may also want to read it to see how JSF applications can use the same kind of true separation of HTML templates and the components that generate the dynamic content.
 
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