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ALSO CALLED: JSF, Java Server Faces
DEFINITION: A Java-based web application framework of components for building rich user interfaces for Java applications. JavaServer Faces run on the server, but are rendered on the client. JSF uses JavaServer Pages for its display technology, but JSF can also accommodate other display technologies, such as XUL, for example.
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