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Subject [Myfaces Wiki] Update of "FrontPage" by Robert Liguori
Date Sun, 07 Jun 2009 22:35:06 GMT
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The following page has been changed by Robert Liguori:
http://wiki.apache.org/myfaces/FrontPage

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  The Apache !MyFaces project provides both an implementation of the JSF specification ("!MyFaces
Core"), and a set of add-on libraries that work on any implementation of the specification
(including, of course, Apache !MyFaces Core).
  
- JSF supports the development of highly interactive applications where the system interacting
with the user is separated from the system that contains the presentation logic; web-browser/web-server
is one example. JSF has a "component-based" architecture, and therefore is more like "Swing
for the web" than an html publishing framework. People familiar with Swing, Gnome, KDE, MFC,
!VisualBasic, Delphi etc should feel right at home developing JSF applications.
+ JSF supports the development of highly interactive applications where the system interacting
with the user is separated from the system that contains the presentation logic; web-browser/web-server
is one example. JSF has a "component-based" architecture, and therefore is more like "Swing
for the web" than an HTML publishing framework. People familiar with Swing, Gnome, KDE, MFC,
!VisualBasic, Delphi etc should feel right at home developing JSF applications.
  
  JSF is quite similar to the [http://jakarta.apache.org/tapestry Tapestry framework] as that
is also a component-based framework. JSF can also fill the same "niche" as the well-known
[http://jakarta.apache.org/struts/ Struts framework], but has a rather different approach.
  

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