Abstract

The JSF (Java Server Faces) Web application framework simplifies building Web applications and user interfaces by offering reusable UI components, a well defined MVC programming model, and support for wiring client-side events to server-side handlers. By extending JSF, it is possible to expose a JSF web application within a portal application as a single portlet that complies with JSR 168. An overview will be provided of how portlet support is implemented in JSF. A `walk-through' of the development and deployment process of a simple JSF portlet into the Pluto Portal container will also be given (using both the JSF reference implementation and Apache MyFaces? ). Development experiences and recommendations will be cited.

Topic revision: r1 - 11 Jul 2006 - 12:55:24 - RobAllan
 
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