Mastering PrimeFaces [Video]

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Learn
  • Master the art of developing sophisticated user interfaces for the web browser
  • Construct intuitive data applications to assimilate and display user data
  • Utilize client-side validation to improve data integrity and user experience
  • Develop powerful DataTables to view, edit, and delete data
  • Export data from your application tables to various formats
  • Enhance the functionality of your application using wizards, schedules, trees, and other complex data controls
  • Draw visually appealing and interactive dashboards consisting of area, bar, pie, and line charts
  • Create mobile views and navigational capabilities in your application with PrimeFaces mobile

 

About

The PrimeFaces framework is one of the most widely used and full-featured JSF component libraries available. The framework includes a large number of custom components that are easy to incorporate into new and existing JSF applications. PrimeFaces also makes it easy to build rich user interfaces via the use of a customizable dialog framework, easy-to-use Ajax, and the ability to work with UI components with markup or Java code.

Mastering PrimeFaces will take viewers on a whirlwind tour of the custom component library. Viewers will see components in action, and learn to build a custom Java EE application. We will walk through the development of a Java EE application using PrimeFaces components for both desktop and mobile.. After watching the videos, you'll be able to comfortably develop JSF applications along with the PrimeFaces framework.

This course begins by explaining how to incorporate PrimeFaces into your new or existing Java EE project. It uses the NetBeans IDE to build a full-featured Java EE application from the ground up, using PrimeFaces components and framework features. During the initial sections, you will learn how to construct intuitive layouts and input forms to capture data, then present the captured data and edit it with the highly customizable DataTable. You will also learn how to export data into different formats and how to make lists of values to make data entry a breeze.

Next you will learn how to provide useful feedback to users with the PrimeFaces dialog framework and charts.
You’ll also learn how to construct visual menus, as well as contextual menus alike Then you'll dive into the PrimeFaces Ajax framework that allows data to seamlessly flow between the client and server.
In the end you'll learn how to take your application anywhere using PrimeFaces mobile and PrimeFaces Push for notifications. And last but not least, the PrimeFaces Extensions project and its benefits.

Style and Approach

This video course is a step-by-step tutorial on developing a JavaEE application named PrimeAutoSales by taking a high level approach to the different features and components that PrimeFaces has to offer.

Features
  • Develop sophisticated user interfaces for your Java EE applications utilizing the Ajax core components
  • Master the PrimeFaces powerful JSF component library to build your application
  • Portray outstanding visual dashboards for your data
  • Use the PrimeFaces mobile framework to provide a top-notch mobile front-end interface for your application users
  • Harness your data to develop powerful data driven user interfaces
Course Length 5 Hours 4 mins
ISBN 9781783988068
Date Of Publication 5 Mar 2015

Authors

Josh Juneau

Josh Juneau works as an application developer, system analyst, and database administrator. He primarily develops using Java and other Java Virtual Machine (JVM) languages. osh has been developing with JSF since its inception, and is a member of the JSF 2.3 Expert Group. Josh is a technical writer for Oracle Technology Network and Java Magazine. He was a coauthor of The Definitive Guide to Jython, published by Apress in 2010. He also coauthored PL/SQL Recipes (Apress 2010) and Java 7 Recipes (Apress 2011). He recently authored Java EE 7 Recipes and Introducing Java EE 7, which were published by Apress in 2013, and Java 8 Recipes, which was published by Apress in 2014.