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Free Wicket Guide

11.02.2013
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Our lean Java Expert Andrea Del Bene has written an excellent user guide about theApache Wicket web framework. Being heavy users of the framework ourselves, we have blogged about Apache Wicket earlier and described its general advantages and best practices as well as concrete scenarios such as integration with Google Calendar. On top of Andrea’s efforts, we have included this expertise to provide a comprehensive documentation covering all the way from the framework’s basic structure and concepts to advanced topics such as complex forms, security, AJAX, or Spring integration.

The result has recently been published on http://wicketguide.comsysto.com/ for easy online access.

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No matter if you are just getting started with Apache Wicket or already using it in several projects – if you are looking for guidance of any kind, this one is definitely for you. And in case you’ve not found your favorite Web framework yet, simply start with reading the chapter ‘Why should I learn Wicket’ and the search is over!

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