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New JavaRanch Journal article: Apache Wicket - Using labels and links

Ulf Dittmer
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The latest issue of the JavaRanch Journal contains an article by Martijn Dashorst and Eelco Hillenius on Apache Wicket - Using labels and links. Go read it while it's fresh, and discuss it in this thread.
Nikos Pougounias
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It's really great to see an article about Wicket!


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Martijn Dashorst
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Originally posted by Nikos Pugunias:
It's really great to see an article about Wicket!


I agree: more content available for Wicket (or any other framework out there) is good.

Shameless plug:

There's a lot more available here: http://wicketinaction.com which is the companion website for Wicket in Action *and* the Wicket community in general. The site is also featuring star committer Igor Vaynberg as a writer for more articles on all things Wicket. His latest article features a ListEditor component to create dynamic forms.
Naga Niranjan
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Joined: Aug 02, 2005
Posts: 25
Hi,

This is very interesting topic. It looks like Java Unified Expression Language. Is there any relation between these?
Hussein Baghdadi
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It is great to have Martijn Dashorst, Eelco Hillenius and Jonathan Locke here in the ranch.
Wicket is my favorite framework right now and I'm considering studying Wicket source code.
Greetings
 
 
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