|The Java Community Process (JCP) today approved the JavaServer Faces (JSF) 2.0 specification. 12 of the participating members voted 'Yes' while the remaining four participant...|
|The JCP has been active of late, issuing many public drafts of various relevant specifications, including the Servlet 3.0 draft, the JavaServer Faces 2.0 draft, the Java Conne...|
|JavaServer Faces 2.0 is the first major update of the Java EE standard specification since it was first released back in 2004. As such JSF 2.0 is a significant overhaul of the...|
|Also at AJAXWorld on Tuesday, the next generation of JSF (JavaServer Faces), which is version 2.0, was noted. Due out at the end of this year, JSF 2.0 features accommodations...|
|Ed Burns, the JSF 2.0 co-spec lead (along with Roger Kitain), has pointed out the availability of the JSF 2.0 early draft review 2 specification. This incorporates early imple...|
The project, under the auspices of the Sun Microsystems-driven Java Community Process, already has five primary goals: make custom components much easier to develop, add fi...