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An introduction to the Apache Wicket Web Framework by Matthew McCullough at the Denver Open Source Users Group (DOSUG)

An introduction to the Apache Wicket Web Framework by Matthew McCullough at the Denver Open Source Users Group (DOSUG)

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    • Apache Wicket 101 Matthew J. McCullough Ambient Ideas, LLC
    • Thank You
    • Thank You!
    • Matthew McCullough is a Java pplication architect and co-founde mbient Ideas.  He is an outspoken a or the use of Agile Methodologies and ource libraries in Enterprise Applications.  M erves as a member of the JCP, member of the C ommittee, member of CodeReviewers.com, member of the boar r the Denver Open Source Users Group, and frequently speaks at t ions.  Matthew contributed to the Sun Java 5 SCJP Certification Exam, and makes appearances in coding on severa s successful J2EE, SOA, and Web Services systems, including a J2EE Resort Management application supporting celebrity destinations across Can
    • Why?
    • “ What good is another web application framework? Why re- invent the wheel? Because this time we could make it rounder! ” Jonathan Locke, Wicket Project Founder
    • The Short List
    • Automatic State No HttpSession
    • POJOs No GET/POST
    • Localized Styles No XML
    • Maven Support No Custom HTML
    • Like Swing Unlike Struts
    • Simplicity
    • Technicalities
    • Pairing HTML File Java File
    • Web Application Components Page Panel Form Label
    • Code Review
    • Resources •Wicket Homepage http://wicket.apache.org •The Server Side Wicket Intro http://www.theserverside.com/tt/articles/article.tss? l=IntroducingApacheWicket •Reference Wiki http://cwiki.apache.org/WICKET/reference-library.html
    • Q&A Email questions to: MatthewM@AmbientIdeas.com Slides & Source Code at: www.AmbientIdeas.com/engineering/engineering-presentation.html