JSP, JSF ApacheCFX
JSP is a server-side technology that allows a developer to create dynamic Java web application. JSP can be thought of as an extension to Servlet technology because it provides features to easily create user views. JavaServer Pages consists of HTML code but it allows Java code inclusions for dynamic content creation.
JavaServer Faces (JSF) is a MVC web framework that simplifies the construction of User Interfaces (UI) for server-based applications using reusable UI components in a page.
CXF is fully integrated into Tomcat in TomEE to the point where even WS-Security works on Tomcat Realms. You just start using it by adding ApplicationPath annotated components or EJBs annotated with @Path and they will be picked up and deployed automatically.
We provide the following services
- JSP allows embedding Dynamic Elements in HTML Pages itself instead of having separate CGI files.
- JSP pages can be used in combination with servlets that handle the business logic, the model supported by Java servlet template engines.
- Struts you are using properties files for storing all variables, so that your application has no hard coding
- Apache CXF comes under the liberal Apache license, making CXF great for all types of applications.
Why do we use JSP, JSF and ApacheCFX in Java?
JSP Static content comprising of regular HTML and Dynamic content comprising of Java code. JSF reduces the effort in creating and maintaining applications, which will run on a Java application server and will render application UI on to a target client. Apache CXF is well suited for your environment, the implemented standards and protocols are a key factor. The following sections outline its support to date.
At Techasoft , we build a smooth transaction websites from desktop to mobile platform using JSP, JSF, ApacheCFX and many such technology.