Place the two Mojarra jars in step 4 in your web application
Set the JSF version in the
faces-config.xmlto 2.3 as follows.
<?xml version='1.0' encoding='UTF-8'?> <faces-config version="2.3" xmln
s="h ttp:xmln //ja va.s un.c om/x ml/n s/ja vaee " s:xs="h i ttp:xsi: //ww w.w3 .org /200 1/XM LSch ema- inst ance " sche="h maLo cati o n ttp:> </faces-config> //ja va.s un.c om/x ml/n s/ja vaee http ://j" ava. sun. com/ xml/ ns/j avae e/we b-fa cesc onfi g_2_ 3.xs d
Then now, you can write your JSF application and it will be powered by the upcoming JSF 2.3. I made a very basic JSF 2.3 sample which you can reach its code in the following GitHub URL:
s:// gith ub.c om/h azem s/js f2.3 -wor k/tr ee/m aste r/sa mple JSF 1
In my next JSF 2.3 posts, I will show you some of the JSF 2.3 implemented features “so far” in order to allow you to start working with them so stay tuned.