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Author Archives: Thomas Asel
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 … Continue reading
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.
Knowing the size of the JSF component tree is often times helpful for JSF developers. Unfortunately, JSF does not provide an easy way to inspect the tree itself. Though prints out the structure of the tree, it does not tell … Continue reading
Almost every JSF application that I am aware of uses some mechanism to store values in a scope longer than the original “Request Scope” but shorter than “Session Scope”. “Wizards” are a common scenario. Unfortunately, JSF comes without something like … Continue reading
There is a lot of fear, uncertainty and doubt about JSF. Thats nothing new. Beeing a JSF developer you have to deal with that FUD. But where does it come from? A lot of FUD is created when developers are … Continue reading
SystemEvents offer a nice way to respond to events like system startup or -teardown. A frequent use case is to log if the application startup was successfull and if all neccessary resources are available. If a problem occurs during startup … Continue reading