Shay Shmeltzer's Oracle Development Tools Tips

  • April 22, 2008

JavaOne "JSF Limitation" Session and pre-run at Austin JUG

Shay Shmeltzer
Director of Product Management - Oracle

I'll be presenting a session on "The Limitation of JSF and How to Overcome them" at JavaOne - I'll also be doing a version of it on Tue next week at the monthly meeting of the Austin JUG.

The session tackles some of the limitations that the JSF spec and RI have right now and that you are likely to run into when you are building a JSF application. It then shows various solutions provided by JSF based frameworks for those limitation.

I'll be happy to see you in either one of these runs.

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Comments ( 6 )
  • Steven Moczygemba Tuesday, April 29, 2008
    Is there going to be a fee for the pre-run in Austin? Is it free to get in?
  • Shay Shmeltzer Tuesday, April 29, 2008
    This JUG meeting is free.
  • Gleber Wednesday, August 13, 2008
    Hi, Shay!
    I was watching your presentation on Javaone 2008 and you mentioned that Oracle ADF Faces is a commercial implementation. Didn't it donate for Apache? Is there a commercial version of ADF Faces?
    Thank you!
  • shay Wednesday, August 13, 2008
    We contributed the code for ADF Faces 10.1.3 to Apache's MyFaces Trinidad project.
    However you can still get a commercial version of ADF Faces 10.1.3 from Oracle.
    Also note that in my session I was actually showing off ADF Faces Rich Client Components 11g - those have yet to be donated to open source.
  • Jagadish Saturday, November 28, 2009
    Can you please send me the presentation for the struts vs. jsf. If possible send the limitations of each framework.
  • Shay Monday, November 30, 2009
    I don't have a presentation comparing the two - but one basic thing to take into account is that unlike Struts - JSF is part of the Java EE specification so it has broader support from various vendors providing tools and components.
    Struts has basically split into a different implementation with Struts 2.0 - and this one doesn't have the broad adoption that the original Struts used to have 5-6 years ago.
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