Thursday, August 31st, 2006
Sergey Smirnov has written an article / tutorial on integrating the Google Web Toolkit with JSF using G4jsf:
At the same time, JavaServer Faces (JSF) has gathered more and more momentum as a general server-side framework for Web applications. The key to its success has been its top-to-bottom component-based approach to Web development. Although JSF comes with its own standard out-of-the-box UI components, it is designed for the easy inclusion of other component libraries.
While both of these technologies are incredibly beneficial on their own, they also both complement each other extremely well. GWT is server-side-agnostic, while JSF’s component-based architecture can easily accommodate any approach for rendering components. In this article, we will discuss (primarily by using a step-by-step example) a new integration library for facilitating the combination of these two complementary technologies.
Posted by Dion Almaer at 9:27 am