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Zubin Wadia has seven years of experience in Java EE and .NET technologies. His experiences with enterprise content management, workflow, imaging, compression, and security allow him to appreciate a powerful framework that offers a high-degree of flexibility and efficiency. In 2005, Zubin designed and deployed an award-winning solution for a criminal justice agency in the government space, leveraging next-generation technologies such as Ajax, Hibernate, Spring, BPEL, and, of course, MyFaces. His focus is on architecting an enterprise-wide contract management platform for the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. Zubin is chief technology officer at ImageWork Technologies, a leading government systems integrator on the East Coast.

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Good but not perfect 13 Feb. 2014
By Werner Punz - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
The book itself is a crash course in JSF with extensive JSF 2.2 coverage and component coverage.
The first part of the book is an introduction into JSF and JSF 2.2, the second part walks you through component creation the third part covers two of the most widely used component libs and the fourth part walks you through an entire JSF application utilizing JEE 7.

Well what should I say, while I wished some parts were covered more deeply, like the already extensive component creation part or the JEE application walkthrough which should have gotten more explanatory coverage in the JEE area, I personally guess that the book as JSF 2.2 reference and as a tutorial book for JSF fullfills its purpose very well.

The problem I see simply is if you want to cover component creation for JSF on its own with all the special cases for different component types, you probably need a book on its own, the same goes for a full blown JEE application with all its little details on which pattern to apply where and why, this would be also another book which then should omit the JSF tutorial part.

I will give the book 4 stars as very good jsf 2.2 and component creation reference and good jsf tutorial, but one star less due to the lack of depth especially in the application walkthrough which should have gotten a bit more explanation on the JEE side of things.
the book has a GREAT introduction to jsf with perfect code to run 11 Jun. 2015
By tyler durden - Published on Amazon.com
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im a beginner and am struggling learning java ee .. i give this book a four star only because i ran into missing code.. i have made it to chapter 5 so far. the book has a GREAT introduction to jsf with perfect code to run.. no errors. i can say i have learned alot so far. when i hit chapter 5 i ran into problems with missing code where i could not run the code because of missing ejb sessions or code bits.. i understand the book does not cover ejb but to see the jsf implemented on the web the entire code must run without errors..

needless to say i have learned a good deal about jsf.

the faces flow introduced in jsf2.2 is mediocre at best. no examples just an introduction that it does exist.
the <h:fileUpload> tag (upload files to servers) introduced in jsf2.2 again does not work again missing bean sessions. so would i suggest an alternative yes i would only problem is there are not any good books on jsf on the market that i have seen so far

maybe Mastering JavaServer Faces 2.2-Leonard seems to be a good book but haven't completed reading it yet
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javaserver faces complete reference by ed burns older version but seems to be very comprehensive
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