Jakarta Server Faces (JSF)
Jakarta Server Faces (JSF), formerly known as JavaServer Faces, is a Java specification and MVC framework for building user interfaces for web applications.
IntelliJ IDEA provides the following:
Coding assistance specific to JSF, including popular JSF component libraries:
Graphical editor for defining page navigation rules.
Create a new Java Enterprise project with JSF
Since JSF is part of Jakarta EE (formerly known as Java EE), you can add support for it to any Java Enterprise web application.
From the main menu, select.
In the New Project dialog, select Java Enterprise.
Select Web Application and other necessary settings and click Next to continue.
In the Libraries and Frameworks list, select the Server Faces (JSF) framework under Specifications and click Next.
Enter a name for your project and click Finish.
IntelliJ IDEA creates the default project structure with the
javax.faces library as an external dependency. If you specified an application server, IntelliJ IDEA will also create a run configuration to start the server, build and deploy the artifact.
Enable JSF support for an existing Java Enterprise project
In the Project tool window, right-click the necessary module and select Add Framework Support.
Select JSF and choose whether you want to use an existing library, create a new one, download the suggested library files, or configure the library later.
If you want to create the JSF configuration file, select Create faces-config.xml.
Click OK to apply the changes to your project.