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Archiv des Autors: Thomas Asel
JSF 2.2 introduced a new feature called “stateless views”. In a stateless view the state of JSF components will not be saved and restored on every request. Statefulness in JSF has always been a point of criticism. So, since going stateless … Weiterlesen
Giving the user a hint about failed validation is essential in form based applications. Though JSF components offer a lot validation functionality there is no such thing as a “failedValidationStyleClass” attribute. However, with a little effort we are able to … Weiterlesen
In our comparative study about the runtime behavior of both JSF implementations we came to the conclusion that Apache MyFaces performs significantly better on large component trees than the reference implementation Oracle Mojarra. The duration Mojarra took to step through … Weiterlesen
Finding the appropriate configuration parameters for your JSF application can be difficult: Some params are defined in the JSF specification (those start with ‘javax.faces‘) and thus are available in both implementations. Others are implementation specific and are exclusively available for … Weiterlesen
I had the chance to talk about JSF performance tuning at JAX Con in Mainz, Germany. The slides are available only in German, so here is an English summary of what I was talking about. Introduction Performance-tuning and -optimisation for … Weiterlesen
Only few weeks before the scheduled release of Java EE 7, JSR 344 – the defining specifiaction for JSF 2.2 – went final today. Despite the version number, JSF 2.2 could be considered to be a major release, including these … Weiterlesen
A couple of weeks ago we published the results of a comparative study about the performance impact of large component trees on JSF implementations. The article is available in German only so here is a brief summary in English.