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JSF 2.0 Support in NetBeans 6.8 M2

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NetBeans 6.8 Milestone 2 provides special support for JavaServer Faces 2.0. The IDE's new JSF 2.0 support builds upon its previous support for JavaServer Faces, and includes versatile editor enhancements for Facelets pages, including syntax highlighting and error checking for JSF tags, documentation support, and code completion for EL expressions, core Facelets libraries and namespaces.

There are also various facilities for working with entity classes, and a suite of JSF wizards for common development tasks, such as creating JSF managed beans, Facelets templates and composite components.

For more information, see JSF 2.0 Support in NetBeans 6.8.

To try out the new features, download NetBeans 6.8 Milestone 2.

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