Enable autocomplete for JSF in Eclipse

The autocomplete is not presented with Eclipse to discover the classes annotated with the @ManagedBean in the XHTML pages. Fortunately, JBoss Tools plugin enables to by installing the JBoss Tools JSF as shown in the bellow screenshot.

This is the link for installing the JBoss Tools for Eclipse Luna.
Update:
I have tried the latest Eclipse Mars and I figured out that Eclipse made things easier for us as developers. Now Eclipse Mars is delivered with support for autocomplete of the JSF Managed Beans. That's cool!

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