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Build Apache Geronimo apps using JavaServer Faces Part 4

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In this installment, Part 4, you'll learn how to use Apache Trinidad, the open source version of ADF Faces. Trinidad offers a set of complimentary components that will further enhance the interface of your JSF application.

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