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JSF Tutorial #1: JavaServer Faces (JSF 2.2) Tutorial – Introduction
Last Updated on Saturday, 16 May 2015 Written by Chad Darby Monday, 4 May 2015
In this video, I will give you an introduction to my JSF Tutorial series.
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JSF Tutorial – Transcript
Hello. This is Chad “Shod” Darby with luv2code.com, and welcome to my tutorial on Java Server Faces. In this tutorial, I want to get you started with Java Server Faces so you can actually build web applications from scratch.
Here’s an outline of how this tutorial will work. First, we have a tutorial intro, which is what I’m giving you now. Then we’ll have a JSF intro, just a high level intro of the JSF key concepts. Then I’ll move forward and show you how to set up your development environment, so this includes installing Tomcat. I’ll show you how to install Tomcat for Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X. Then I’ll show you how to install Eclipse for Windows and OS X again, and then I’ll move forward and I’ll show you how to connect Eclipse to Tomcat.
Then at this point, we’ll have our development environment set up, then we’ll go forward and I’ll show you how to build a JSF Hello World program in the Eclipse environment. Once we have the Hello World working, then we’ll actually run it on our Tomcat server. Next, we’ll move forward and talk about HTML forms, so I’ll give you an overview of the forms and then we’ll go through and take a look at some of the key components here, like text fields and drop down lists, then I’ll also show you how to make use of radio buttons and check boxes. Then finally, we’ll wrap up with how to prepopulate a form using JSF.
All right, that’s the big picture. That’s the overview. We have a lot of things cut out for us so let’s go ahead and get started with the JSF tutorial.