Direct-to-DOM Rendering

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Definition

Direct-to-DOM (D2D) rendering is a mechanism that renders a JSF component tree into a W3C standard DOM data structure. When the rendered DOM is cached between JSF lifecyles, it can be used to compute the difference between 2 successive page views to determine a precise set of DOM changes required to update the page from one view to the next. D2D rendering is core to the Automatic Ajax feature of the ICEfaces 2.0 framework.

D2D Fundamentals

Rendering

D2D Rending does just what it says, it renders a JSF component tree directly into a DOM, as illustrated in the following diagram:
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DOM Differencing

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