Nada es imposible para quien tiene FE

No soy religioso pero soy creyente, casi no voy a misa pero me encomiendo a un ser supremo a diario,  dedico este momento de mi vida para dar gracias a Dios y sobre todo al Divino Niño que es tan favorable, personalmente e sido bendecido por él, mis peticiones han sido escuchadas, gracias por los favores recibidos.

Momentos difíciles tenemos todos pero cuando sobresalimos y miramos hacia atrás nos damos cuenta que sin fe no lo hubiéramos logrado, amigos lectores no trato de inculcarles una religión, mas bien trato de inculcarles la fe, fe que debemos tener en todos nuestros objetivos para poder cumplirlos, fe en todo lo que hacemos y sobre todo hacerlo con amor.

No siempre todo nos va  salir como queremos pero debemos ser agradecidos que tenemos un día más de vida y más de mil razones para luchar y seguir adelante, principalmente entre esas razones nuestra familia.

AF

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  • This is probably one of the most frequently asked questions on the Facelets mailing list. Why doesn't my c:forEach tag work correctly? Unfortunately, there are may ways to misuse the jstl tags available in Facelets, so the answer isn't always simple. Here is an explanation of the differences between c:forEach and ui:repeat, along with some examples which will hopefully save you some headaches.

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  • One of the key strengths of JavaServer Faces (JSF) is that not only does it provide substantial technology for easy, out of the box component based J2EE Web applications assembly, but it also is a very flexible API which allows for a wide breadth of customizations in numerous and innovative ways. This article introduces and explores the component developer's experience of building custom JSF user interface (UI) components.
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