List/Grid Author Archives Subscribe to the RSS feed of Phillip Webb

jsf-logo

Spring & JSF integration: Exception Handling

Most JSF developers will be familiar the “An Error Occurred” page that gets displayed when an unexpected exception is thrown somewhere their code. This page is really useful when ...
jsf-logo

Spring & JSF integration: Select Items

With JSF, to use comboboxes, listboxes and checkboxes, you need to be aware of the javax.faces.model.SelectItem class. A SelectItem represents a single selectable option; it contains ...
jsf-logo

Spring & JSF integration: Internationalization and Localization

If you are working on a JSF application that is targeted to multiple languages, you may well be familiar with the <f:loadBundle> tag. Even if your application does not support ...
jsf-logo

Spring & JSF integration: Converters

When working with any web framework, you invariable run into the need to convert data input by the user from a String to some other type. Both Spring and JSF have converter strategies ...
jsf-logo

Spring & JSF integration: Pagination

When working with large datasets you often need to present data in a paged format. Pagination is an interesting problem because it tends to cut across all layers of your application, ...
jsf-logo

Spring & JSF integration: Dynamic Navigation

Often your JSF application will need to move beyond basic static navigation and start to make dynamic navigation decisions. For example, you may want to redirect users based on their ...
dbunit-logo

DBUnit, Spring and Annotations for Database testing

If you have ever tried writing database tests in Java you might have come across DBUnit. DBUnit allows you to setup and teardown your database so that it contains consistent rows that ...
jsf-logo

Integrating Spring & JavaServer Faces : Improved Templating

With the release of version 2.0 Facelet templating became a core part of the JSF specification. Using <ui:composition> and <ui:decorate> tags it becomes pretty easy to build ...
jsf-logo

Spring & JSF integration: MVC Nuts and Bolts

I have attempted to integrate JSF with Spring MVC in the past, and whilst my first attempt worked, it was far from ideal. This time around I decided to take a few key decisions to ...
jsf-logo

Spring & JSF integration: Navigation

This is the first in what I hope will be a series of blogs about my efforts to provide deep integration between Spring and JavaServer Faces. Everything mentioned here is a “work ...
Java Code Geeks and all content copyright © 2010-2014, Exelixis Media Ltd | Terms of Use
All trademarks and registered trademarks appearing on Java Code Geeks are the property of their respective owners.
Java is a trademark or registered trademark of Oracle Corporation in the United States and other countries.
Java Code Geeks is not connected to Oracle Corporation and is not sponsored by Oracle Corporation.

Sign up for our Newsletter

15,153 insiders are already enjoying weekly updates and complimentary whitepapers! Join them now to gain exclusive access to the latest news in the Java world, as well as insights about Android, Scala, Groovy and other related technologies.

As an extra bonus, by joining you will get our brand new e-books, published by Java Code Geeks and their JCG partners for your reading pleasure! Enter your info and stay on top of things,

  • Fresh trends
  • Cases and examples
  • Research and insights
  • Two complimentary e-books