One of the most powerful features of Wicket, component events, let’s you build complex yet decoupled structures.
Are you deploying different versions of your software to multiple clients with test, staging, and production environments? Are clients picky about features they want to release to each environment? Let’s create a dashboard to keep track of all of this.
In case you aren’t using it yet, Apache Wicket is a java-based, stateful, component-based web development framework. Let’s look at why you might want to use it.
- Kiriller There are many reasons why you should not use APACHE wicket. 1. Not very popular finding info about apache wicket is minimal 2. You are stuck with JAVA, so if you ever want to switch you have to...
- Chetan Hey Hi !! I am developing a web application using Apache Wicket 9..Great to hear that developers are still using Wicket. As you know its very hard to get the solutions on to the wicket topics in case...
- Vio Laff Wow, times have changed! Everything seems cloud based now. Very interesting. I thinks I can no longer catch up on what's new these day.
- Vio Laff What programming model are people used to these days anyways for web dev? I've been out of the web dev scene since 2012 :p
- Vio Laff I used wicket in 2011 very briefly, I found it very unique. Recently I wanted to build a web based JPA database browser that is table agnostic as in it should not care what tables in your DB you need...