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JavaServer Faces in Action (In Action series)
Kito D. Mann
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Computer Bks - Languages / Programming, Computer Books: Languages, Computers, Internet - General, Internet - World Wide Web, Programming Languages - Java
This book is particularly interesting in it's layout. It's part tutorial, part reference book, and 30% on line, not printed on dead trees. The book is designed to lead you through the maze of learning the material while allowing you to discover for yourself by exploring. It is also designed to allow the reader who needs to know some little point to get in, find that point, and go back to work on the real life project.
Using tutorials are the best tay to get a person up and running on a software package. You kind of blindly follow the instructions from page to page and at the end you've accomplished a few tasks that give you the introduction you need to really start learning.
After finishing the tutorial you need a reference book that is organized so that you can rapidly find what you need for a specific task.
First the book starts with a general introduction to Faces. It shows the screen from IBM's WebSphere Application Developer, Oracle's JDeveloper, and Sun's Java Studio Creator, that's all the big IDE's and a good introduction to the kinds of support that you can find for Faces out in the real world.
This concept of how to do a book really worked well for me.
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