Daily Archives: August 22, 2013

Basic Core Java Concepts

First of all, advance bail on my behalf if my content is insignificant at this point. I thought of writing this blog post after searching through Google Trends and noting that there are good amount of search queries till now looking for these basic core java concepts.

I don’t want to split this blogs into multiple parts as i feel it wouldn’t be good for a reader to go onto various parts and would like to keep it an ever evolving blog post with full support from my readers.

[TODO]

My previous blogs could give some inputs in bulleted points to new Java developers as given below:-

Basic Java FAQ – Part 1

Basic Java FAQ – Part 2

Basic Java FAQ – Part 3

SCJP – Quick Notes

and finally and small mock example to check knowledge

Mock Exam

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Post-Redirect-Get Pattern in JSF

Recently i have written a blog on how to implement PRG pattern in your Spring MVC web application in here. In this blog i would explain implementing this pattern in your JSF based web applications. I think this can be used for any JSF implementations like RichFaces, MyFaces etc.

Having said that, for me writing this blog post is very easy as i am not going to write it myself. Rather i would direct you to well written blog on the same topic by Ed Burns in the below URL:-

https://blogs.oracle.com/enterprisetechtips/entry/post_redirect_get_and_jsf

For AJAX based submissions there shouldn’t be any issues because these requests are being submitted by JavaScript.

Ed is currently the co-spec lead for JavaServer Faces. He is the coauthor of JavaServer Faces: The Complete Reference and the author of Secrets of the Rockstar Programmers. He is also the coauthor of the upcoming book JavaServer Faces 2.0: The Complete Reference. Read Ed Burns’s blog.

I wrote this blog so that i cover the two most used web application frameworks with respect to this pattern and its implementation.

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