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JavaServer Faces, Graphical Components from Theory to Practice
Posted: June 20, 2005Published: April 1, 2005
Author: ILOGPublisher: javalobby.com
The characteristics of a graphical JSF component require not only the generation of DHTML, but also some extra support for image generation and client-side interaction. We will illustrate this with an example of a charting component that is designed to provide graphical charts, as well as various client-side navigation and interaction facilities. Finally, we show the steps required to integrate the charting component into a JSF enabled IDE. By understanding the design of the charting component, you will better know how a graphical JSF component can be implemented and, hopefully, allow you to develop your own custom JSF graphical components.

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