Wednesday, June 6, 2007

Domain Model Driven Development of Wicket Web Applications

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Domain Model Driven Development of Wicket Web Applications


This book is for beginners in object oriented web application development with domain models.
Java and two frameworks (all open source) are used: dmLite for a domain model and
Wicket for application views.


To develop, in spirals, the Urls web application, so that new web urls can be added
and displayed. Each url has a URL link (web address), a (short) description, and a date
when entered. Casual users may browse urls
by categories. Only members, with login, may add, edit and remove categories and urls.
A member may update only his/her record. A member may assign to his/her record
categories of interest. A member may approve a new category or a new url.
An administrator has all rights.
Regular users may become members so that they can receive e-mails about approved
categories and urls.

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