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Wicket in action

Author/Creator:
Dashorst, Martijn Author
Publication:
[Place of publication not identified] Manning 2009
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (xxvi, 364 p. ) ill. ; 24 cm.
Edition:
1st edition
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Subjects:
Java (Computer program language) -- Development.
Computer software.
Object-oriented programming (Computer science).
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
System Details:
text file
Summary:
There are dozens of Java frameworks out there, but most of them require you to learn special coding techniques and new, often rigid, patterns of development. Wicket is different. As a component-based Web application framework, Wicket lets you build maintainable enterprise-grade web applications using the power of plain old Java objects (POJOs), HTML, Ajax, Spring, Hibernate and Maven. Wicket automatically manages state at the component level, which means no more awkward HTTPSession objects. Its elegant programming model enables you to write rich web applications quickly. Wicket in Action is an authoritative, comprehensive guide for Java developers building Wicket-based Web applications. This book starts with an introduction to Wicket's structure and components, and moves quickly into examples of Wicket at work. Written by two of the project's earliest and most authoritative experts, this book shows you both the "how-to" and the "why" of Wicket. As you move through the book, you'll learn to use and customize Wicket components, how to interact with other technologies like Spring and Hibernate, and how to build rich, Ajax-driven features into your applications.
Contents:
Intro
Copyright
Dedication
Brief Table of Contents
Table of Contents
Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgments
About this Book
Part 1. Getting started with Wicket
Chapter 1. What is Wicket?
Chapter 2. The architecture of Wicket
Chapter 3. Building a cheesy Wicket application
Part 2. Ingredients for your Wicket applications
Chapter 4. Understanding models
Chapter 5. Working with components: labels, links, and repeaters
Chapter 6. Processing user input using forms
Chapter 7. Composing your pages
Part 3. Going beyond Wicket basics
Chapter 8. Developing reusable components
Chapter 9. Images, CSS, and scripts: working with resources
Chapter 10. Rich components and Ajax
Part 4. Preparing for the real world
Chapter 11. Securing your application
Chapter 12. Conquer the world with l10n and i18n
Chapter 13. Multitiered architectures
Chapter 14. Putting your application into production
Index
List of Figures
List of Tables
List of Listings.
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Bibliographic Level Mode of Issuance: Monograph
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Contributor:
Hillenius, Eelco Contributor
ISBN:
1-932394-98-2
OCLC:
1257077096