The JSF certification is new Java Enterprise Edition 6 (EE6) exam to cover JavaServer Pages.
The enterprise technology architecture’s important part is to develop web pages. In Java EE 6, the JSF plays major role to deliver flexible and efficient web pages.
In addition to Servlet, JSP, EJB and JPA Programming skills, the JSF certification removes the need for multiple collaboration with web designers and developers and take your web pages from conception to delivery quickly and efficiently. The JSF certification can be taken by any OCPJP certified developer or OCMJEA certified developer.
What is JSF?
JavaServer Faces (JSF) is a Java-based web application framework intended to simplify development integration of web-based user interfaces. Those who have already used Struts or Spring MVC can easily understand JSF framework components.
JSF Certified Professional:
The JSF certified professional can be able to design web applications using standard architectures, protocols, technologies and components as well as configure JSF within the Web Container. These professionals will have a working knowledge of how to design views using JSF and ES, custom components using Facelets and design and develop the model using JavaBeans or Pojos. They should also be able to integrate external resources, navigation flow/redirection, models and views using events and security.
JSP Exam Topics:
Essentials of JSF2.0
JSF Navigation Model
Data Conversion and Validation model
Data table and Composite Components
Test, Package, and Deploy a web application
JSF Certification Practice Tests:
MyExamCloud is the only resource offers JSF practice tests. You can access JSF mock exams at http://www.myexamcloud.com/onlineexam/viewStudyPlan.html?s=DTXXFcHkh3Y=