|Re: [jakarta.ee-community] Jakarta EE specifications community input is needed|
This semester I am teaching JSF to be used in the final project for our program. For that reason I have proposed to JNation:
Do Not Confuse Java Server Faces with Servlets and Java Server Pages
It is not about comparing JSF to other frameworks but to present what it can do and why it should be considered for your next project. I’ll probably have to mention the web elephant known as Spring. Spring exists because the first few iterations of Java EE were overly complex. It seems to me that the reputation from the early days of EE is difficult to shed.
An alternate title could be Where is the JSF Love?. If you have a suggestion for a better title let me know.
I’d also like to know if any of you or the company you work for use JSF. Do you or your employer explicitly block JSF development? I’d like to learn why your organization made the decision they did.
this is heads up as your voice is valued and needed!
Over next little while we are hoping to get your input on direction for some of the Jakarta EE Specifications. We will be creating a series of twitter polls so please get involved and let is know what do you think.
Here are some of the examples you have seen already and some are still open. We are hoping we'll have more to come!
Jakarta Persistence poll
Jakarta MVC poll
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