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.
Learn how to quickly add database communication to your Wicket app using Hibernate and Spring Data JPA while writing almost no code!
Quickly get started creating secure encrypted links in your Wicket application!
Use IMarkupResourceStreamProvider and IMarkupCacheKeyProvider to allow your Wicket Panel’s to generate their own dynamic markup!
Wicket is a very server-side focused framework, so working with ajax requests is quite different from what you might be used. This will show you how to get started quickly!
- Dan Haywood Nice to hear you've discovered us. Would love to see you on our slack channel, perhaps you could share your use case?
- E.F.L Also, there exists Apache Isis, which automates the UI creation. It is awesome.
- Olivier Dutrieux Hello @RomanSery, Thx for all your series, very interresting 🙂 Just a mistake on this page : String msg = ((CriticalUpdate)event.getPayload()); is not correct but rather CriticalUpdate msg =...
- René Aravena Hi Roman, I followed your advice and it worked, I had to extend several classes, because in principle, although visually showed the month in Spanish, did not accept dates beyond the 12th day of each...
- Igor Sery Hey Roman, I'm a C# developer, but been looking at up to speed with Java. Your library seems like something I'm for, simple and to the point. I'll try it out and let you know it goes. Thanks...