One feature of Facelets is the ability to define parameters in your pages that can be used anywhere in the template hierarchy. This post shows you how you can pass parameter between the Facelet template and the client. Read More »
Templating is a very powerful feature for developing web applications with many pages that follow the same layout and design. This article demonstrates how to use facelets to create reusable templates for JSF pages. Read More »
This article describes how to install the JBoss Developer Tools plug-ins into the Eclipse IDE. You should already have Eclipse installed and configured.
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If you want to do some web development with Eclipse, you will need a web server for it to run on. The process for adding a server to Eclipse is usually the same for different server vendors. Typically though each vendor has different configuration options for setting up the server. For now, we’ll look at adding the server into the Eclipse environment.
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This article describes how to install artifacts into Maven from the source code. To start with you should have installed Maven and downloaded the source code you want to install. This same mechanism can be used for library jar files to archetypes that you want to install. Read More »
This article shows you how to download and set up Eclipse in preparation for developing Java applications and includes configuring memory settings and if necessary alternate JDK versions. Read More »