JavaServer Faces (JSF) is a Java-based user interface technology used primarily to develop Web applications. It is the most popular Java UI technology and is a key technology in the Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF). Oracle's Fusion Applications use JSF as the main user interface technology. This presentation provides an overview of JSF. It discusses the basic communication paths and techniques for developing, testing, and running a JSF application. It describes the contents of files such as backing beans and managed beans, message bundles, faces-config.xml, and web.xml. Throughout this presentation, sample code and demonstrations show how these concepts manifest in a sample application.
5:30 - 6:00 - Food/Network
6:00 - Intro/Sponsor
6:00 - 7:30 – Presentation/Q&A
7:30 - Close
About the Presenter:
Peter Koletzke is a Technical Director and Principal Instructor for the Enterprise E-Commerce Solutions practice at Quovera. He has over 27 years of industry experience and has presented at various Oracle and Java users group conferences more than 280 times. Additionally, Peter has won awards such as Pinnacle Publishing's Technical Achievement, Oracle Development Tools Users Group Editor's Choice (twice), ODTUG Best Speaker, NY Oracle Users Group Editor's Choice (three times), East Coast Oracle/Southeastern Oracle Users Conference Oracle Designer Award, and the Oracle Development Tools User Group Volunteer of the Year. Koletzke is an Oracle ACE Director, an Oracle Certified Master and coauthor -- variously with Duncan Mills, Avrom Roy-Faderman, and Dr. Paul Dorsey -- of the Oracle Press (McGraw-Hill Professional) books "Oracle JDeveloper 11g Handbook," "Oracle JDeveloper 10g for Forms & PL/SQL Developers," "Oracle JDeveloper 10g Handbook," "Oracle9i JDeveloper Handbook," "Oracle JDeveloper 3 Handbook," "Oracle Developer Advanced Forms and Reports," "Oracle Designer Handbook, 2nd Edition," and "The Oracle Designer/2000 Handbook."
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