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Thought you guys might be interested in my talk last night at the Austin JUG:

Java Server Faces Development using the Sun Java Studio Creator

I discussed the basics of the JSF and showed a demo using the Sun Java Studio Creator. A version of the demo formatted for web audience is also available here:

Pictorial of the Creator: Touring JSF on Java Studio Creator

I have not yet read the "JSF in Action" book yet, but plan to do it in the near future.
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Oh, cool, Dr.Michael... I have skimmed throught the PDF guide already and the interface of Java Studio Creator is really cool...

In the further reading section, I found out that there are two books... I'm pretty interested in Java Studio Creator Field Guide... AFAIK, the book is not avaiable in the market yet... Have you read the draft or sthing? I hope it would be a good book for Sun Java Studio Creator aspirants...

thanks for the link and article....
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