It’s no secret that languages other than Java are gaining popularity on the Java Virtual Machine.
We often hear about how hot new languages — Groovy, Ruby, or Scala — can dramatically speed up development, and reduce boilerplate code. What isn’t always clear is how to apply these languages to JavaServer Faces applications.
Help is at hand. On July 13, at Skills Matter will be playing host to Kito Mann — editor-in-chief of JSFCentral and the popular author of JavaServer Faces in Action. Kito will be delivering his JSF2 in Action course, but also giving the Skills Matter community a free “In the Brain” talk.
In this expert seminar, Kito Mann will take a close look at the different techniques for using other languages with JSF. He will look at the built-in Groovy support in Mojarra, examine using Groovy as a DSL for JSF views with Gracelets, scrutinies JRuby integration with Spring, and pay close attention to writing JSF applications with Scala
There’s something for everyone: Groovy, Scala, Java, Ruby — and the rare opportunity to come to Skills Matter and ask your questions on JSF directly to the editor-in-chief of JSFCentral.
Get more info and sign up for this talk here: http://skillsmatter.com/podcast/java-jee/polyglot-javaserver-faces-1911/js-432