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.
Learn how to create JSON response endpoints in Wicket
In part 2 we show how to add fuzzy search to our dropdowns using Levenshtein distance. We discuss some limitations and possible improvements.
Autocomplete or type-ahead fields are used when the large number of options makes it infeasible to use dropdowns containing all the possible options. Let’s learn how to implement them in Wicket.
Just a short note
Learn how to quickly add database communication to your Wicket app using Hibernate and Spring Data JPA while writing almost no code!
In part 2, we get into the nitty gritty details of how to implement the hybrid approach.
Simplify data storage in your apps by using JSON column types instead of relying on database normalization.
Quickly get started creating secure encrypted links in your Wicket application!
- Tom Error: A zip file cannot include itself Can you please correct the plugin part so it doesn't use the same folder as input?
- Golfman: Reality always wins I've used both Wicket and front-end JS frameworks and, having worked extensively on both, I can tell you that "Speed of development" is definitely NOT with the JS frameworks. You basically end up...
- Kiriller Sorry can not agree with you, wicket might be a well built technical framework. But the advantages of using a front-end framework like react.js and vue.js can not be beaten by Wicket nowadays. - Speed...
- Bernd Lauert Sorry but i have to refute your claims with the following arguments: 1. the Wicket community may be small but it is also very responsive, you usually get a helpful answer from the core devs on the...
- 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...