Rapid Application Development with JSF, using Seam, Facelets, and Ajax4jsf
Build rich-client user interfaces with Ajax, and get Ruby on Rails-like productivity with Java’s standard web application framework, JavaServer Faces (JSF). In this session you will learn how to use the Seam framework,
which combines the JSF and EJB3 component models, with Facelets and Ajax4jsf.
James Williams is a Solutions Architect for the JBoss Division of Red Hat. He is an avid Open Source evangelist that just happens to make a living doing what he loves most, educating others on how they can better use Open Source to make all of their wildest dreams come true.
James is also an active Open Source contributor for several projects including Seam and JBoss ESB. He is a big believer in Open Source “chrome”, often used as a term of contempt and sometimes used in conjunction with ‘fluff’. He prefers to think of chrome as the shiny object that draws your attention to a truly wonderful work of art.