- Tapa blanda: 90 páginas
- Editor: Packt Publishing (25 de junio de 2013)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1849519900
- ISBN-13: 978-1849519908
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Get to grips with a new technology, understand what it is and what it can do for you, and then get to work with the most important features and tasks. Instant Primefaces Starter is a fast-paced, introductory guide designed to give you all the information you need to start using Primfaces, instantly.Instant PrimeFaces Starter is great for developers looking to get started quickly with PrimeFaces. It's assumed that you have some JSF experience already, as well as familiarity with other Java technologies such as CDI and JPA and an understanding of MVC principles, object-relational mapping (ORM), and dependency injection (DI). The sample application included with the book is fully functional and demonstrates how to use these technologies together with PrimeFaces.
Biografía del autor
Ian Hlavats is an experienced Java developer, instructor, speaker, and author of the book JSF 1.2 Components (Packt). He has worked for clients in government, insurance, and entertainment industries, writing Java applications using Swing, Struts, JSF2, PrimeFaces, jQuery, and other UI technologies. He has delivered Java courses in college and corporate training environments including a one-year engagement with Cognos/IBM. He is on the JSF 2.2 Expert Group and contributed to the next generation of the JSF specification. A regular speaker at Java EE conferences, he has given presentations on JSF and PrimeFaces technologies since 2008 at JSF Summit, NFJS, and JAXConf in San Francisco. He is the creator of JSFToolbox for Dreamweaver, a suite of design and coding extensions for JSF developers. He co-hosts a podcast on JSF and Java EE technologies with fellow authors Kito D. Mann and Daniel Hinojosa. He holds a Bachelor of Humanities degree from Carleton University and IT certificates from Algonquin College.
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The first thirty two pages don't even touch on PrimeFaces. This section may be excellent for someone new to web application software development and the general software development process. In fact it is a good example of project organization demonstrating the benefits of thinking about what you are going to produce before just starting to type up code.
Much of the first thirty two pages also touches on basic concepts like using Eclipse and deploying an application to GlassFish. However the descriptions are the very bare basics, good for someone who has never done it before but wasted paper for an experienced developer.
The PrimeFaces material is mostly very weak, listings showing usage of various PrimeFaces components with very little (almost none) explanation of configuration and then idiotic statements like "See how easy it is to use ..."
The HTML code lacks indentation and thus is difficult to read. Overall the second half of the book is code snippets with very little explanation. It would be far better to just visit the PrimeFaces demo/showcase website: [...]
The section on PrimePush implies all you need to do is enable WebSockets on GlassFish and you are ready to go. This completely overlooks the need to download Atmosphere, bundle it with your application and the numerous posts on the forums from people who have struggled to figure out what they need and how to get it configured.
PrimeFaces is great, this book is not. It's not a good introduction, nor is it a good reference. The sample application is a great project which shows off PrimeFaces, but the book is not much more than very expensive paper.
I enjoy exploring new frameworks for web development, no reason to reinvent the wheel so to speak. So I decided to check out this book and it seems to live up to a decent scalable framework. The best part is that it has a nice mobile UI toolkit also and that's a huge plus!
I don't use eclipse but I had no issues with using Netbeans and even notepad++. Between PrimeFaces, PrimeFaces Mobile, and PrimePush you really do have a solid framework to build highly functional web applications for cross comparability to target various consumer markets.
I wanted to finish this review by saying the follow along example I. The book was very useful and a hands on approach is always my favorite way to learn. Another great thing is its a very quick read to get you started with using the framework!
For those looking for an introduction to the PrimeFaces technology, this book can give it to you.
This book is a 90 pages tutorial on PrimeFaces and guides you from scratch to a complete webapp, explaining most important features of this library.
Easy to follow, even if you are not using Eclipse, GlassFish and Dreamweaver as the author implies.
Obviously PrimeFaces is a huge library that can't be condensed in 90 pages, but after this book you can go through the official documentation.
Very recommended if you need a PrimeFaces introduction.