[jboss-user] [JBoss Seam] - Re: Do I have to learn JSF or Facelets before learning Seam?

james_027 do-not-reply at jboss.com
Sun Jan 7 21:42:22 EST 2007

Before I started seam. I've already learn JSF, but no facelets. Learning JSF could be worthwhile. But here's some tips for you, if you really want to learn seam you may skip the navigation part of JSF as Seam has a nice way in dealing with this. You may also choose not to get deep into managed beans in JSF, because using Seam will do those things for you. With Seam, JSF just got easier and fun to develop. Although I just have only a week of experience. 

As for facelets, I just learn it by examples from Seam and the code generated from "seam gen" and refers to some facelets article and the experience so far is nice!

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