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Top Ten Reasons I Don't Like JSF
Posted: March 2, 2011Published: December 13, 2010
Author: Richard MayhewPublisher: theserverside.com
Bruno Borges posted the "Top Ten Reasons I Don't Like JSF," offering these reasons along with explanations:
  1. Extra step when defining a project's architecture
  2. Fragmented Community
  3. Fragmented Documentation
  4. Component Incompatibility
  5. Caveats on some scenarios because of different implementations
  6. Designers and developers roles mixed
  7. Does not improve usual web development process
  8. Non-functional prototype
  9. Performance
  10. Web is fast, standards are slow


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