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JavaServer Faces (JSF) along with Facelets and JavaServer Pages (JSP) 2.0+ promotes a new way of Java web programming. This article introduces a rich list of useful tips to help developers smoothly transition from the old-fashioned JSP/servlet programming to the new JSF-style programming. It clarifies the issues and confusion developers may encounter, and promotes best practices and methodologies to simplify web development, improve code reuse, and make source code more designer-friendly, as well as easy-to-maintain.


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