Thursday, July 24, 2008

Web development with Wicket, Part 1: The state of Wicket

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Web development with Wicket, Part 1: The state of Wicket

Stateful? Stateless? Wicket accommodates both kinds of applications

Wicket is a lightweight, component-oriented framework that does much to bring the easy, intuitive interfaces found in desktop
applications to Java Web development. In this series Nathan Hamblen introduces key aspects of Wicket that differentiate it
from other Web application frameworks. If you're new to Wicket, this series will serve as an accessible and engaging introduction;
if you're already using the framework you'll have fun with the well-crafted, hands-on exercises. This first article investigates
Wicket's virtual state, demonstrating the many ways Wicket accommodates both stateless and stateful Web application development.

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