Friday, December 12, 2008

Enunciate with Wicket Article

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A Rich Web Service API for Your Favorite Framework, Part 4: Wicket

How to add a rich Web service API (including REST, SOAP, documentation, client libraries) to your Wicket Application

We're going to be using Enunciate to supply a rich Web service API to the familiar wicket examples application included in the Wicket distribution bundle. Among the Wicket examples, you'll find a "contacts" application that is used to list a set of contact information. The contact data is provided by the org.apache.wicket.spring.common.ContactDao interface. By the end of the tutorial the example application will include the following: