Greater Atlanta Software Symposium
October 21 - 23, 2005 - Atlanta, GA
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Architecting JavaServer Faces Applications
Over the past few years, a lot of time has been spent explaining what JSF is, and how different pieces of it work. However, little attention has been given to the process of architecting applications. This makes JSF architecture seem like a black art, since there are so many possible approaches to the application's architecture.
This session looks at different techniques for structuring JavaServer Faces (JSF) applications, and examines the consequences of each technique. In addition, we will examine extension points within JSF, and how they can be leveraged to provide features such as security, alternate templating technology, and access to external resources. The session ends with some additional tips and best practices.
Prerequisite: Experience with JavaServer Faces.
About Kito Mann
Kito D. Mann is editor-in-chief of JSF Central and the author of JavaServer Faces in Action (Manning). He is a member of several Java Community Process expert groups (including JSF and Portlets), and an internationally recognized speaker. Kito is also the Principal Consultant at Virtua specializing in enterprise application architecture, training, development, mentoring, and JSF product strategy. He holds a BA in Computer Science from Johns Hopkins University.More About Kito »