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Ed presents JSF 2.2 and WebSocket to Gameduell.
 

Ed presents JSF 2.2 and WebSocket to Gameduell.

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Ed was asked to create a high level presentation regarding JSF best practices to present to a company that makes heavy use of JSF 2.0.

Ed was asked to create a high level presentation regarding JSF best practices to present to a company that makes heavy use of JSF 2.0.

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  • It's called Web*SOCKET* for a good reason, it's really just a socket that goes over web protocols. 3. server: JCP: Java API for (by the way, you can use the same java API for client as well)
  • I guess they thought that restriction from Applet was too constraining.I don’t like the attack vector this creates. Now if you fall victim to a cross site scripting attack, there is nothing stopping the aggressor code from opening up a socket to another server and sending it whatever data it wants.Maybe you should keep that old copy of NCSA Mosaic 1.0 around for when you make online purchases.Just posted a question on StackOverflow about this last night.

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