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i am new in jsf and i need to learn jsf using rational software 7.5 (RAD 7.5) i need any books ,tutorial or any matrial. HELP MEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
 
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Hi, mohamed

I recommend you first learn about JavaServer Faces there are a lot of materials in internet, i recommend two excelents books for JSF 2.0
-Core JavaServer Faces ThirdEdition by David Geary - Cay Horstman
-Javaserver Faces 2.0 the complete reference by Ed Burns (He's the jsf co-specification lead)

After you have sufficient knowledge of JSF, you can use any IDE to develop JSF, or you may not need a IDE.

Regards

Cesar
 
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thanksss for your reply
 
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Cesar Loachamin wrote:

After you have sufficient knowledge of JSF, you can use any IDE to develop JSF, or you may not need a IDE.



... And if you require an IDE to work with JSF, you don't actually know JSF. Which means that you don't know enough to prevent the IDE from helping you to do horrible things.

IDEs are wonderful, but not when used as crutches.
 
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