JSon. Thanks to Bruno Borges and his blog: http://blog.brunoborges.com.br/2008/11/restful-web-services-with-wicket.html for the initial thought and implementation.- http://www.icepush.org/product/icepush-Wicket.html ICEpush for Wicket brings the power of Ajax Push to any Wicket-basedapplication. ICEpush for Wicket provides a PushPanel component you can extend to create your owncustom Ajax Push functionality. For a given PushPanel, all you need to do is implement thepush callback logic associated with notifications to a group. Panel IDs are used toorganize push groups, giving you complete flexibility in defining notifications within your Wicketapplication. The base PushPanel class also provides a push API for triggering notificationsfrom your panels business logic.- wicket-web-beans (http://code.google.com/p/wicket-web-beans/) Wicket Web Beans is an Apache Wicket (http://wicket.apache.org) toolkit forJavaBeans. AJAX Web forms are automatically generated from bean properties. The toolkitnormally does what youd expect, but when it doesnt, you can override its behavior.- wicket-tree (http://code.google.com/p/wicket-tree/) A clean slate development of tree components for Wicket.- Visural Wicket (http://code.google.com/p/visural-wicket/) Set di componenti per wicket. Unapplicazione di esempio allindirizzo: http://wicket.visural.net/examples/app/- http://code.google.com/p/brix-cms/ Based on Wicket and JCR, it is the best Wicket-based CMS framework availabletoday. BRIX is simple yet powerful and extensible, allowing designers the highest degree offreedom in developing a rich user experience. Using Apache Wicket as the technology toserve the content makes it very easy to embed custom, stateful Wicket components into any CMSpage, allowing rich integration with any existing Wicket web application. Using ApacheJackrabbit allows Brix to easily integrate full text search, versioning, and WebDav access. Brixis business-friendly, open sourced under the Apache Software License version 2.0. Why Brix? Most CMS are for building web sites. Brix CMS is for building webapplications. Dynamic content is usually an afterthought for most CMS. It is central to BrixCMS. Brix allows for dynamic component-based tiles.- http://code.gidoo.org/gidoocms/ gidooCMS is a kind of framework for CMS systems based on Apache Wicket. Youhave the basic features of an CMS, but you add you own functionality by extending Java-classes. E.g. you will write the code for creating a menu by yourself directly in Java.Currently we use Apache Jackrabbit as persistance engine.