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Go Fullstack: JSF for Public Sites (CONFESS 2013)

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Slides for session Go Fullstack: JSF for public sites by Michael Kurz held at the CONFESS 2013 in Vienna/Austria. This is an updated version of the same session held at CONFESS 2012 including JSF 2.2 ...

Slides for session Go Fullstack: JSF for public sites by Michael Kurz held at the CONFESS 2013 in Vienna/Austria. This is an updated version of the same session held at CONFESS 2012 including JSF 2.2 view actions.

The examples for this session can be found at https://github.com/jsflive (see slides for details).

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  • ArmenArzumanyan Armen Arzumanyan, Senior Software Engineer at Ekeng No one platform can be compared with java ee 7, and as web framework JSF2.2 is the best, I have seen a lot of java and not java framework, but they all like just some experiment and they still depend from a lot of configs and have bad software design, 10 months ago
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  • ArmenArzumanyan Armen Arzumanyan, Senior Software Engineer at Ekeng JSF2.2 is great, java ee 7 platform is the best, JSF2.2 have not alternatives. Thanks. 10 months ago
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