If you are using Java 8 with Java EE 7, then there may be some quirks that you run into when trying to utilize some of the Java 8 new features. One such quirk is that the new Date-Time API does not work with many of the Java EE 7 APIs by default since they are built to work with java.util.Date and/or the older Date APIs. However, this is not a road block, as there are many ways to work around such issues. In this post, I will demonstrate how you can tweak your JSF application to allow use of the Java 8 Date-Time APIs along with JPA and date converters.
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The web is evolving at a crazy pace. Every day new frameworks, tools, and libraries are released with the ambition, if not the potential, to become the next jQuery. As a developer, I feel that sometimes it’s really hard to stay up-to-date with all the new software, techniques and practices introduced by top-notch developers and designers out there. Nonetheless, this trend seems to be driving the web platform forward on issues like performance, security, and accessibility.
However, when it comes to performance, the loading time of a page is an especially important aspect of the overall user experience. If a web page loads too slowly, users quickly become frustrated and are more likely to abandon the page. Hence, your business loses potential customers and revenue. The loading time of a page can be influenced by many factors such as the network speed, the server load, the user latency, and the performance of the code of the page.