Tag Archives: JSF

Resurfaced performance issue in mojarra fixed in 2.2.7

In 2013 we published a comparision of MyFaces vs Mojarra, where we had compared the behaviour of these two frameworks regarding the impact of the number of components on the lifecycle duration. You can find the post at http://blog.oio.de/2013/04/08/jsf-comparison-myfaces-vs-mojarra/. We … Continue reading

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Studie zur Auswahl von Java Web Frameworks – last call

OIO ruft auf zur Teilnahme an der OIO Kompass Studie Java Web Frameworks: “Wie und wozu haben Sie Ihr Java Web Framework ausgewählt? Zur Umfrage geht es hier. Ihre Vorteile bei einer Teilnahme Die Umfrage basiert auf unserem Fragenkatalog, den wir … Continue reading

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A comprehensive example of JSF’s Faces Flow

Though introduced as a “big ticket feature” in JSF 2.2, there are surprisingly few examples available for the new Faces Flow feature. Those that are existing seem to be more or less variations of the example given in section 7.5.1 … Continue reading

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Going Stateless with JSF?

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 … Continue reading

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How to highlight invalid components in JSF

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 … Continue reading

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Faces Flows von Ed Burns erläutert

Ed Burns, co-spec lead der JavaServer Faces Spezifikation, hat in einem Artikel  Faces Flows erläutert: Die Version 2.2 von JavaServer Faces (JSF) ist mit einer Fülle von neuen Features herausgekommen. Für Entwickler sind im Standard-Framework unter den siebzig neuen Funktionen … Continue reading

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JSF Performance: Mojarra improves dramatically with latest release

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 … Continue reading

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