Thursday 3rd June, 2010
11:30am to 12:20pm
The model supplied by Java Web Frameworks is broken. As software engineers start to break away from the shackles of a Struts-type model, a new model based on object oriented programming and a clean separation of concerns has emerged with Apache Wicket. The framework has a simple component hierarchy allowing for reusability without pain. This session you will work with a real project built with Apache Wicket and we'll concentrate on components, forms, i18n, validation and AJAX support. We'll explore how to get started with Apache Wicket very quickly, and speak to how they differ with other popular Java frameworks. Attend and learn to enjoy web application development again, reduce complexity in your codebase and create more reusable and readable code.
I'm an entrepreneur, software developer, photographer, and father of the Internet and a great kid. I can read the matrix. -Andrew Lombardi bio from Twitter
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