JavaServer Faces (JSF) is a Java-based user interface technology used primarily to develop Web applications. It is the most popular Java UI technology and is a key technology in the Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF). Oracle's Fusion Applications use JSF as the main user interface technology. This presentation provides an in-depth overview of JSF technology as it is used with ADF to build applications in JDeveloper. It discusses the basic communication paths used when running a JSF application. It also explores development details for creating and testing JSF files. It describes the contents of runtime files such as backing beans and managed beans, message bundles, faces-config.xml, and web.xml. The presentation also briefly explores how to link data from the database into the JSF page so it can be saved or retrieved from the database. Throughout this presentation, sample code and demonstrations show how these concepts manifest in a sample application.
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