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Questions about Wicket Framework.

 
Nachiket Patel
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Hello Guys,
1. Is it compulsory to use Maven for Wicket?
(If yes, I like Wicket but is it worth to learn a new tool or (may be it is technology - Maven)?

2. Does using Wicket makes sense, if web application does not have any States to maintain?
(i.e. Forum web app, College's Web app containing results, Dept info etc.)

3. If Application is highly dependent on state management, Say a shopping cart app, then is it appropriate to store it server side?

-Nachiket
 
Valentine Wu
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Originally posted by Nachiket Patel:
Hello Guys,
1. Is it compulsory to use Maven for Wicket?
(If yes, I like Wicket but is it worth to learn a new tool or (may be it is technology - Maven)?
A: No.

2. Does using Wicket makes sense, if web application does not have any States to maintain?
(i.e. Forum web app, College's Web app containing results, Dept info etc.)
A: Yes. The web application doesn't have to maintain any states.

3. If Application is highly dependent on state management, Say a shopping cart app, then is it appropriate to store it server side?
A: Yes. It is appropriate to store it on server side.

-Nachiket
 
Nachiket Patel
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Hey, Thanks.
I got "Wicket in Action", Excellent book.

Most of my doubts are clear.
 
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