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Java - Server Faces (JSF)


ID 2757634
Classroom 2 days 9:00-16:30
Webinar 4 days 9:00-12:30
Method Lecture with examples and exercises.
Prequisite Java Basics
Audience Programmers, Web developers

Java Server Faces (JSF) Training


  • Lunch / Catering
  • Assistance for hotel / travel bookings
  • Comelio certificate
  • Flexible: Free cancellation up until one day before the training


Java Server Faces (JSF) TrainingJavaServer Faces (JSF) is a Java specification for building component-based user interfaces for web applications. It was formalized as a standard through the Java Community Process and is part of the Java Platform, Enterprise Edition. JSF is often used together with Ajax, a Rich Internet application technology. Ajax is a combination of technologies that make it possible to create rich user interfaces. Because JSF supports multiple output formats, Ajax-enabled components can easily be added to enrich JSF-based user interfaces. The JSF 2.0 specification provides built in support for Ajax by standardizing the Ajax request lifecycle, and providing simple development interfaces to Ajax events. This training shows you how to use JSF for creating dynamic and interactive front-ends for Java web applications.

Training Dates

  • 2022-May-30 - Jun-02
  • 2022-Aug-08 - Aug-11

590 EUR +VAT

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Java Server Faces (JSF) Seminar

Software Installation - Directory Structure - Build Instructions - Sample Application Analysis - Beans - JSF Pages - Navigation - Servlet Configuration - The Welcome File - Visual Development Environments - JSF Framework Services - Rendering Pages - Decoding Requests - The Life Cycle - Automation of the Build Process with Ant - Using the Deployment Manager with Ant

Managed Beans

Definition of a Bean - Bean Properties - Value Binding Expressions - Message Bundles - Backing Beans - Bean Scopes - Request Scope - Session Scope - Application Scope - Configuring Beans - Setting Property Values - Initializing Lists and Maps - Chaining Bean Definitions - String Conversions - The Syntax of Value Binding Expressions - Using Brackets - Map and List Expressions - Resolving the Initial Term - Composite Expressions - Method Binding Expressions


Static Navigation - Dynamic Navigation - Advanced Navigation Issues - Redirection - Wildcards - Using from-action - The Navigation Algorithm

Standard JSF Tags

Forms - Form Elements and JavaScript - Text Fields and Text Areas - Using Text Fields and Text Areas - Displaying Text and Images - Hidden Fields - Buttons and Links - Selection Tags - Checkboxes and Radio Buttons - Menus and Listboxes - Items - Messages - Panels

Data Tables

h:dataTable Attributes - Headers and Footers - JSF Components in Table Cells - Editing Table Cells - Styles for Rows and Columns - Styles by Column - Styles by Row - Database Tables - JSTL Result vs. Result Sets - Table Models - Editing Table Models - Sorting and Filtering - Scrolling Techniques - Scrolling with a Scrollbar - Scrolling with Page Widgets

Conversion and Validation

Using Standard Converters - Conversion of Numbers and Dates - Conversion Errors - A Complete Converter Example - Using Standard Validators - Validating String Lengths and Numeric Ranges - Checking for Required Values - Displaying Validation Errors - Bypassing Validation - A Complete Validation Example - Programming with Custom Converters and Validators - Implementing Custom Converter Classes - Implementing Custom Validator Classes - Registering Custom Validators - Validating with Bean Methods - Validating Relationships Between Multiple Components - Implementing Custom Tags - Custom Converter Tags - Custom Validator Tags

Subviews and Tiles

Common Layouts - Monolithic JSF Pages - Common Content Inclusion - Content Inclusion in JSP-Based Applications - JSF-Specific Considerations - Installing Tiles - Parameterizing Tiles - Extending Tiles - Nested Tiles - Tile Controllers

Custom Components

Implementing Custom Components with Classes - Tags and Components - The Custom Component Developers Toolbox - Encoding: Generating Markup - Decoding: Processing Request Values - Using Converters - Implementing Custom Component Tags - Using an External Renderer - Calling Converters from External Renderers - Supporting Value Change Listeners - Supporting Method Bindings - Encoding JavaScript to Avoid Server Roundtrips - Using Child Components and Facets - Processing SelectItem Children - Processing Facets - Including Content - Encoding CSS Styles - Using Hidden Fields - Saving and Restoring State - Firing Action Events - Using the Tabbed Pane


Java Server Faces (JSF) Trainer

Herr Karsten Thüer studierte Angewandte Informatik an der Fachhochschule Gelsenkirchen mit dem Schwerpunkt Betriebliche Informationssysteme. Er arbeitet seit mehr fast 10 Jahren als Projektleiter und Berater/Trainer für Software-Entwicklung mit Java-Technologien.


Projektleitung und Koordination eines ERP-Systems zur Distribution und Verwaltung von Online-Werbung. Programmierung und Co-Projektleitung eines Trouble-Ticket-Systems mit Inventarisierung für pädagogische Einrichtungen. Machbarkeitsstudie über die Entwicklung eines Open-Source CRM-Systems. Projektplanung und Controlling eines Open-Source CRM-Systems für mittelständische Unternehmen. Prozessanalysen und Aufwandsschätzung für ein SAP/R3 System im Rohstoffsektor. Co-Projektleitung, Architektur- und Designentwicklung sowie Programmierung eines sozialen Netzwerkes für den Einsatz im Intranet bei mittelständischen Unternehmen. Koordination und Entwicklung einer FX-Trading Plattform. Leitung und fachliche Architektur eines Führungsprozess-Portals

Java Server Faces (JSF) Trainer