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In this chapter, we provided an introduction to CDI. We covered how JSF pages can access
CDI-named beans as if they were JSF Managed Beans. We also covered how CDI makes it
easy to inject dependencies into our code via the @Inject annotation. Additionally, we
explained how we can add another library of the JBoss ecosystem (RichFaces) uncovering
just one aspect of its potentiality.
Until now, we have worked with in-memory data, so it's time to introduce storage for our
CDI applications using the Java Persistence API, which is the theme of the next chapter.
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