Most interesting links of October

Recommended Readings Steve Yegge’s Execution in the Kingdom of Nouns – I guess you’ve already read this one but if not – it is a well-written and amusing post about why not having functions as first class citizens in Java causes developers to suffer. Highly recommended. Reply to Comparing Java Web Frameworks – a veryContinue reading “Most interesting links of October”

JSF: Beware the Difference Between Build-Time and Render-Time Tags in Facelets

This is to remind me that I should never ever forget the cruical difference between build-time-only tags (i.e. having tag handlers only) and render-time tags that have corresponding components. The problem is that their lifespan is different and thus mixing them can easily lead to nasty surprises. Build time tags are used to modify theContinue reading “JSF: Beware the Difference Between Build-Time and Render-Time Tags in Facelets”