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Posted by Erwin De Gier at 11:54 on Friday 14 December    Add 'Apache Wicket door Martijn Dashorst' site to delicious  Add 'Apache Wicket door Martijn Dashorst' site to technorati  Add 'Apache Wicket door Martijn Dashorst' site to digg  Add 'Apache Wicket door Martijn Dashorst' site to dzone

Apacha Wicket wordt gepresenteerd als een framework voor het bouwen van webapplicaties in de lijn van Struts.
Het uitgangspunt is om voornamelijk gebruik te maken van Java en Html.
De demonstratie leert ons dat er een schil rond het gebruikelijke request/response verhaal is gelegd waarmee het mogelijk is geworden om statefull met een html pagina om te gaan.
Dit met gebruik van events. Deze events zijn bijvooreeld het klikken op een link.

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Posted by Hans-Jürgen Jacobs at 10:56 on Thursday 15 March    Add 'Wicket compared with Spring WebFlow' site to delicious  Add 'Wicket compared with Spring WebFlow' site to technorati  Add 'Wicket compared with Spring WebFlow' site to digg  Add 'Wicket compared with Spring WebFlow' site to dzone

Peter Thomas has written a detailed article about his impressions of moving a Spring MVC application to Wicket. He took a few screens from JTrac and ported them to Wicket and ended up very pleased with what Wicket had to offer. [infoq.com]

Posted by Ruud Steeghs at 8:00 on Thursday 11 January    Add 'Wicket – (another) Java Web Framework: My First Impressions' site to delicious  Add 'Wicket – (another) Java Web Framework: My First Impressions' site to technorati  Add 'Wicket – (another) Java Web Framework: My First Impressions' site to digg  Add 'Wicket – (another) Java Web Framework: My First Impressions' site to dzone

Funny to see how the Wicket fraimwork gets more and more attention lately where the (Dutch!) representatives of the Wicket development team already presented their framework on JavaOne 2005. Slow adoption? What’s good comes fast? I don’t know, but Timothy O’Brien might just know. He wrote down his opinion on the Wicket framework in the following OnJava article.

Posted by Hans-Jürgen Jacobs at 10:56 on Monday 20 March    Add 'Comparing Web Frameworks: RIFE' site to delicious  Add 'Comparing Web Frameworks: RIFE' site to technorati  Add 'Comparing Web Frameworks: RIFE' site to digg  Add 'Comparing Web Frameworks: RIFE' site to dzone

As a contribution to Simon Brown’s series of articles where he compares Java web application frameworks, I created a RIFE version of the read-only blog that currently serves as an example. [rifers.org]

See also Comparing Web Frameworks: Wicket

Posted by Hans-Jürgen Jacobs at 10:21 on Thursday 9 March    Add 'Comparing Web Frameworks: Wicket' site to delicious  Add 'Comparing Web Frameworks: Wicket' site to technorati  Add 'Comparing Web Frameworks: Wicket' site to digg  Add 'Comparing Web Frameworks: Wicket' site to dzone

Guillermo Castro has written up Wicket, in "Comparing Web Frameworks: Wicket," based on Simon Brown’s series of articles comparing web frameworks. Brown put forth a set of comparison points, and Wicket 1.1 was used to fulfill them. Wicket’s similarity (on the surface) to Tapestry and some other similar frameworks is hard to deny. [theserverside]


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