A new article, titled "Using Adobe Flex and JavaFX with JavaServer Faces 2.0" teaches developers how to take advantage of new features in JSF 2.0 and integrate Flex and JavaFX into their JSF applications.
From the article:
"The JavaServer Faces (JSF) 2.0 specification builds on the success and lessons from the last six years of usage of the JSF 1.0 specification. It takes inspiration from Seam and other Web frameworks and incorporates popular agile practices, such as convention over configuration and annotation over XML. This results in a much streamlined framework. Highlights include standardized AJAX support, Facelets as the default view technology, and custom composite components, which finally make component authoring straightforward and even enjoyable."
Read the article here