Developing custom JSF 2.0 components

In this tutorial I want to show you how to create a classic JSF 2.0 component in pure Java (Classic != Composite Component). Furthermore, you learn how to package it to an own JSF taglib (meaning: as a JAR) so that you it can be distribute easily.

 

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