Trying to combine JSF and JSP is like trying to shoehorn a foot into a glove: it's possible, but it's really just a stopgap measure until something better comes along. In this article, JSF enthusiast Rick Hightower introduces you to what he likes best about Facelets: easy HTML-style templating and reusable composition components.

Facelets has several compelling features:
  • Templating (like Tiles)
  • Composition components
  • Custom logic tags
  • Expression functions
  • Designer-friendly page development
  • Creating component libraries

Read the tutorial at IBM developerworks HERE

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