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Subject [Myfaces Wiki] Update of "MyFaces Archetypes for Maven" by BrunoAranda
Date Sun, 25 Jun 2006 18:43:48 GMT
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The following page has been changed by BrunoAranda:
http://wiki.apache.org/myfaces/MyFaces_Archetypes_for_Maven

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  There are two [http://maven.apache.org/guides/introduction/introduction-to-archetypes.html
"Maven Archetypes"] in !MyFaces which aim is to help setting up a new JSF project in less
than one minute.
  
-  * !MyFaces Archetype: this archetype creates the basic structure for a project that will
use !MyFaces. It includes all the dependencies needed so you don't have to find them out.
The best way to start a new web application.
+  * '''!MyFaces Archetype''': this archetype creates the basic structure for a project that
will use !MyFaces. It includes all the dependencies needed so you don't have to find them
out. The best way to start a new web application.
-  * JSF Components Archetype: aimed to those that want to setup a JSF component library project.
This archetype will create a maven multi-module project, that contains the artifact for the
JSF components and a webapp for the examples. Everything setup and prepared to be deployed
out-of-the-box! Includes a very simple demo component, that can be used in any JSF implementation.
+  * '''JSF Components Archetype''': aimed to those that want to setup a JSF component library
project. This archetype will create a maven multi-module project, that contains the artifact
for the JSF components and a webapp for the examples. Everything setup and prepared to be
deployed out-of-the-box! Includes a very simple demo component, that can be used in any JSF
implementation. Complete tutorial available [http://brunoaranda.googlepages.com/jsfcomponentsarchetype2
here].
  
  Note that those two archetype are not released yet, but they will be very soon. In the meanwhile,
you will have to build the archetypes yourself before using them.
  
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  No other technologies are included (e.g. facelets), but it is easy to add whatever you need.
There is no need to reinvent the wheel and following a standard structure will boost the code
understanding between developers.
  
+ For more information on this archetype and how you can use it you can refer to [http://brunoaranda.googlepages.com/jsfcomponentsarchetype2
this tutorial].
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