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developerWorks: Develop an Application with Apache Derby, Apache MyFaces, and Facelets

Oct 27, 2006, 04:30 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Susan L. Cline)

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"The three technologies used in the Web application demonstrated in this article are JSF, Facelets, and Java Database Connectivity (JDBC), which is used to access data stored in Apache Derby, a relational database. JSF is a Web application framework for building user interfaces (UIs), while Facelets is a presentation technology designed specifically for use with JSF. Apache Derby is the 100% Java JDBC-compliant database. The use of these three components together provides a perfect environment for developing Java-based MVC Web applications.

"When JSF was first introduced, it addressed the need for cleaner separation between the controller and the view layers of MVC Web applications..."

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