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The Java Origins of Angular JS: Angular vs JSF vs GWT

A superheroic Javascript framework needs a good origin story. Let’s try to patch it together, while going over the use of Angular JS in the enterprise Java world and the Angular take on MVC. This post will go over the following topics, and end with an example:             The Java Origins of Angular JS Angular ...

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How to get JSON response from JSF?

Many JavaScript widgets expect data and options in JSON format. Nowadays, it is really easy to choose a cool widget and wrap it in a composite component. But the first question is how to send an AJAX request and to recieve a response in a proper JSON format. This question is often raised by JSF users. All that you need ...

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How to implement a custom password strength indicator in JSF

Verifying password strength using JavaScript is a common task. In this post, I will show how to add a password strength indicator to an JSF based web application. The password component in PrimeFaces already has a feedback indicator of the password strength, but it has two major shortcomings: Feedback indicator is not responsive (fix width, not mobile friendly, etc.) Rules ...

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Primefaces DataTable Lazy Loading with pagination, filtering and sorting using JPA Criteria, @ViewScoped

Primefaces datatable lazy pagination works, but I was really frustrated after searching for a full example using Criteria in the web. So I’ve mixed solutions from http://stackoverflow.com/questions/13972193/how-to-query-data-for-primefaces-datatable-with-lazy-loading-and-pagination http://www.primefaces.org/showcase/ui/datatableLazy.jsf http://www.javacodegeeks.com/2012/04/lazy-jsf-primefaces-datatable.html To put all together in a complete example using:     Primefaces 4.0 TomEE 1.6.0+ Criteria JPA With: Filtering Sorting Pagination Using @ViewScoped Managed Beans So let’s go: xhtml snippet <?xml ...

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Securing a JSF application with Java EE security and JBoss AS 7.x

A common requirement for enterprise applications is to have all JSF pages protected behind a login page. Sometimes you even want to have protected areas inside the application that are only accessible by users that own a specific role. The Java EE standards come with all the means you need to implement a web application that is protected by some security ...

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Implementing a custom JSF 2.0 component with maven

Some time ago, I have written my own custom JSF component. But at that point in time, JSF 1.0 was still up to date and the project didn’t use maven as build system. Thus, I always wanted to write a custom JSF2 component with maven. So let’s start: First of all we setup a maven project with two modules. Here ...

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JSF Tomcat Configuration Example

JavaServer Faces (JSF) is a web application framework that is intended to simplify development integration of web-based user interfaces. It is used for developing and building server side User Interface Components and using them in a web application. JSF technology is based on the Model-View-Controller (MVC) architecture and simplifies the construction of user interfaces (UI) for server-based applications by using ...

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