Develop Java/JEE web development skills using Primefaces with Packt’s new book and ebook

February 2013 | Cookbooks, Java, Open Source

Packt is pleased to announce the publication of PrimeFaces Cookbook, a book that will guide users to delve into 100 recipes for PrimeFaces 3.x to boost JSF applications. The book takes readers through AJAX basics, theming, creating custom components and PrimeFaces Extensions.

About the authors:

Oleg Varaksin is the co-creator of the PrimeFaces Extensions project and has an interest in building web applications based on Struts, JSP, JSF, Spring, and jQuery. He is an experienced JSF expert and has been working with the component library PrimeFaces since its beginning in 2009.

Mert Çalışkan has over 10 years of expertise in Software Development and has mainly worked on architectural design of Enterprise Web Applications with specialty in Java. Mert shares his knowledge at conferences such as JSFDays, JDC, CeTURK, and Gelecex.

The book starts with the basic concepts of installing PrimeFaces, configuring it, and writing a first simple page. It also guides the readers in using PrimeFaces' theming concept, common inputs and selects components, gradually uncovering topics such as grouping content with panels, data iteration components, endless menu variations, working with files and images, using drag & drop, creating charts, and maps one by one. Finally the readers would be able to put PrimeFaces Extension in action.

Developers will learn to work with the best practices, avoid pitfalls, and get performance tips while working with the component suite. With the core functionality of Primefaces, they will gain the know-how of writing custom components, and be able to meet additional components from the PrimeFaces Extensions.

The chapters covered are:

Chapter 1: Getting Started with PrimeFaces

Chapter 2: Theming Concept

Chapter 3: Enhanced Inputs and Selects

Chapter 4: Grouping Content with Panels

Chapter 5: Data Iteration Components

Chapter 6: Endless Menu Variations

Chapter 7: Working with Files and Images

Chapter 8: Drag Me, Drop Me

Chapter 9: Creating Charts and Maps

Chapter 10: Miscellaneous, Advanced Use Cases

Developers with basic JSF and jQuery skill wanting to learn modern Java web development based on PrimeFaces will find this book to be an interesting read. For more information, please visit the book page at http://www.packtpub.com/primefaces-leading-jsf-component-suite-cookbook/book.


PrimeFaces Cookbook
The first PrimeFaces book that concentrates on practical approaches rather than the theoretical ones

For more information, please visit: http://www.packtpub.com/primefaces-leading-jsf-component-suite-cookbook/book

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