Abdullah Dokuyucu

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To use the JQuery library that way, you will need to use default HTML tags in your facelet file. (And that's not necessarily the JSF way to do things) There is no integration with JSF components.
11 years ago
JSF
And actually, xmlns:ui="http://java.sun.com/jsf/facelets" is optional too.
11 years ago
JSF
No, xmlns:f="http://java.sun.com/jsf/core" is optional.
11 years ago
JSF
Question: Why and How Java is better than C#?

Answer: Java is the #1 language on the planet, C#is the 6th. End of. http://www.tiobe.com/index.php/content/paperinfo/tpci/index.html
11 years ago
If you are just starting out to learn, you could just stick with stock JSF for clarity sake, and go with facelets (.xhtml) As for a tutorial, i would advise using Netbeans IDE first, and then you can create example projects with CRUD functions etc, hands on learning
11 years ago
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What are you using locally to deploy your application? If Tomcat, you need to go ahead and install Tomcat on your VPS. Then deploying is the same...
11 years ago
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Basic facelet (.xhtml), not sure if you can omit anything from that.
11 years ago
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I looks like Oracle will be promoting JavaFX as a UI toolkit (in a similar way to GWT probably) and it will allow working with different server-side JVM languages like Groovy and JRuby. JavaFX Script didn't make sense anyway.
11 years ago
I am wondering what might the future hold for JSF; emergence of GWT as a superior alternative and new JavaFX 2.0 for RIA makes me wonder how and why will we ever use JSF? Now JSF is a web application framework based on Servlet technology, and so is GWT and it's so much superior... As much as I like working with Facelets, the framework behind it is looking weak in the presence of GWT. These are my thoughts.

What do you think of the roadmap for JavaFX and Java in general? http://www.infoq.com/news/2010/09/javaone-monday-keynote-javafx

Will JSF survive GWT and JavaFX; how or why?
11 years ago
JSF
JavaFX does HAVE a future, and it's looking like a bright one in my opinion.

http://www.infoq.com/news/2010/09/javaone-monday-keynote-javafx
11 years ago
<ui:include src="#{Bean.include}" />

If you use this you can alternate between predefined .xhtml files and re-render the include tag via f:ajax.
11 years ago
JSF
I upload images to a folder on the server's hard drive. Next I would like to display them back to the user. My question is; is it possible to map a system folder to a context relative path? And how to it? Entry in web.xml perhaps? ie. from "C:\img\" to "/resources/image/" (Of course, I could open the files in Java and stream myself but why do that when the container can do it?)

Alternatively, would you recommend storing images in a database and stream from there instead.

Thank you for taking time to answer a really basic question, my regards.
11 years ago
JSF
I would recommend using Chrome as test browser, when you right click anything and choose "Inspect Element", you get lots of useful information in situations like this.
11 years ago
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This renders a html <label> tag. When you set its width, it doesn't do anything. Wrap it with <div> and style that instead.
11 years ago
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deploy our application in Internet
11 years ago
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