|نام کتاب||Practical RichFaces|
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JBoss RichFaces is a rich JavaServer Faces (JSF) component library that helps developers quickly develop next–generation web applications. Practical RichFaces describes how to best take advantage of RichFaces, the integration of the Ajax4jsf and RichFaces libraries, to create a flexible and powerful programs. Assuming some JSF background, it shows you how you can radically reduce programming time and effort to create rich Ajax-based applications.
What you’ll learn
- Quickly learn how to build rich Internet applications with out–of–the–box RichFaces components.
- Discover best strategies for implementing Ajax applications using RichFaces.
- Find out when best to use the two libraries.
- Create new skins for your app in no time.
Who this book is for
Java developers with knowledge of JSF looking to build next–generation web applications using RichFaces, JSF users, Java programmers wishing to add Ajax to their existing programs, and old users of Ajax4jsf.
Table of Contents
- Quick Start with JBoss RichFaces
- RichFaces Basic Concepts
- More a4j: Tags, Concepts, and Features
- Input Components
- Output Components
- Data Iteration Components
- Selection Components
- Menu Components
- Scrollable Data Table and Tree
About the Author
Max Katz is a Senior Systems Engineer and Developer Advocate at Exadel. Max is a well-known speaker appearing at many conferences, webinars, and JUG meetings.'''
Max leads Exadel's RIA and mobile strategy. Part of this role is working as the Developer Advocate for Tiggr Mobile Apps Builder (gotiggr.com), a cloud-based application for building mobile Web and native apps for any device. In addition, Max leads Exadel's open source projects (exadel.org) such as Fiji, Flamingo, and JavaFX Plug-in for Eclipse.'''
Max has been involved with RichFaces since its inception, publishing numerous articles, providing consulting and training, and authoring the book 'Practical RichFaces' (Apress, 2008). Max also co-authored the DZone RichFaces 3 Refcard and the DZone RichFaces 4 Refcard. You can find Max's writings about RIA and mobile technologies on his blog, mkblog.exadel.com, and you can find his thoughts about these topics and others on Twitter at @maxkatz.'''
Max holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from the University of California, Davis and an MBA from Golden Gate University.