About this video

This JSF Scopes and Navigation video is dedicated to helping you master how to control communication aspects in JSF. Definitely, communication is the core of a JSF application and is one of the main aspects that dictate its architecture. You will learn how to identify the main parts and understand how they communicate with one another and with the end user.

Learn and understand different scopes and their specific functionalities. Master the three golden rules. Find the logic relating views and outcomes. Differentiate between implicit and explicit navigation techniques. Absorb tips and tricks for navigation in JSF. Understand conditional navigation and also learn about declarative and programmatic conditional navigation. Investigate the null and void outcomes of conditional navigation. Learn about preemptive navigation. Implement <h:button/> and <h:link/> and also use query parameters in preemptive navigation. Understand how to access navigation handlers, and configure navigation handler and navigation cases.

This video is exactly what you need to build communication aspects and obtain the knowledge that is essential in order to decide what to use, and when and how to use it, depending on your application. This JSF Scopes and Navigation video will act as a platform from which to grow your knowledge and also increase your understanding of the topic.

Style and Approach

This video course provides developers with a base from which to understand the core concepts and implement them without any fuss. It incorporates examples, tips, tricks, and complete applications, and provides theoretical aspects obtained from experience and reality.

Publication date:
December 2016
3 hours 15 minutes

About the Author

  • Anghel Leonard

    Anghel Leonard is currently a Java chief architect. He is a member of the Java EE Guardians with 20+ years’ experience. He has spent most of his career architecting distributed systems. He is also the author of several books, a speaker, and a big fan of working with data.

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Latest Reviews

(2 reviews total)
I did not read. But I now one or two parts about scopes. This is a masterful explanation of the range of beans. It lets you understand the essence of JavaServer Faces.
great videos! great videos!