Re: Wicket Release Plans for 1.5

2009-10-30 Thread Dave B
 I'm still eager to make WicketTester a first class citizen.

I'm keen on this too -- is there a 'voting' mechanism in the bug
tracker for this sort of thing?

Cheers,
Dave



On Fri, Oct 30, 2009 at 7:27 PM, Martijn Dashorst
martijn.dasho...@gmail.com wrote:
 I'm still eager to make WicketTester a first class citizen.

 Martijn

 On Thu, Oct 29, 2009 at 7:01 PM, dtoffe dto...@yahoo.com.ar wrote:

    Thanks for your answer,

 Daniel


 igor.vaynberg wrote:

 the focus of this release is to rewrite url and page handling. the
 focus is on flexibility and pluggability as well as simplification of
 use to the end user.

 the other major feature is the markupfragment implementation, which
 will allow users access to the markup the component is attached to,
 possibly, at a time earlier then render time.

 other then that there will probably be smaller features that will not
 go into 1.4.x because they require an api break.

 -igor

 On Thu, Oct 29, 2009 at 10:38 AM, dtoffe dto...@yahoo.com.ar wrote:

    Besides, it would be very interesting to know what changes and new
 features are planned.

 Cheers,

 Daniel




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Re: Wicket HTML before graphics design with CSS ...

2009-10-27 Thread Dave B
 thought CSS styles would be the way to go.

Oh, you should definitely use CSS and web standards based markup. You
should be able to apply the most basic style to it yourself so you can
get the functionality going.  Google 3 column layout or something
similar for a basic css based layout.

While my Wicket usage is very basic at the stage, one of the
attractive parts is the code and logic is completely separate to the
layout.  So your designers can do all the fine tuning and magic
without screwing up your work.

Cheers,
Dave


On Wed, Oct 28, 2009 at 11:14 AM, Ashley Aitken mrhat...@mac.com wrote:

 Thank you all.

 So it seems what I am trying to do is not completely impractical.

 Perhaps though I could let them edit the HTML files as well (as long as they
 maintain the logical / hierarchical structure I guess).  I just wanted to
 make it easier for them to do things consistently (across pages etc.) and
 thought CSS styles would be the way to go.

 Cheers,
 Ashley.


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Open Source projects using Wicket

2009-10-15 Thread Dave B
Hi,

I'm in the process of evaluating Wicket (after an arduous JSF project,
that has made us re-evaluate our web platform.)

I've read Wicket in Action and whole bunch of blog and mailing list
posts, done some proof-of-concept work and am now interested in
reading source code from a project using Wicket, since I want to see
Wicket in the wild. I know Artifactory uses Wicket, but their
Subversion access instructions seem to be out of date.

Does anyone know of an open source project using Wicket, so that I can
peruse the source code?

Many thanks,
Dave

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Re: Open Source projects using Wicket

2009-10-15 Thread Dave B
Great, thanks Ralf.

That'll give me plenty of stuff to digest.

I'm not against looking at bad Wicket usage either, I don't need to
see just best practices. The pitfalls of Wicket used in the wild are
also interesting.

I'm largely sold on the premise of Wicket, though I'd be concerned if
you guys advised that too many of these open source projects were poor
representations -- if it's too hard for an average developer to write
decent Wicket code, then that's a red flag for sure. (Not trying to
troll with that statement, but I'd expect more 'good' projects than
'bad'.)

Thanks again,
Dave




On Fri, Oct 16, 2009 at 11:04 AM, Ralf Eichinger
ralf.eichin...@pixotec.de wrote:
 see here:
 http://cwiki.apache.org/WICKET/products-based-on-wicket.html

 Igor Vaynberg wrote:

 keeping that in mind,

 i wouldnt look at brix, most wicket-related code there has to do with
 plumbing and implementing a development model that is unlike wicket
 but works better for cmses.

 maybe look at http://www.jtrac.info/ , i think that uses wicket...

 -igor

 On Thu, Oct 15, 2009 at 4:40 PM, Jeremy Thomerson
 jer...@wickettraining.com wrote:


 Beware - just like any other app, OS or not, you will find OS projects
 out
 there that will teach you all kind of wrong ways to use Wicket.  I know
 of a
 couple because I tried to use them, thinking they would be easier to
 build
 on because they used Wicket.  But they were so poorly written that it
 would
 be a bad place for someone new to the framework to start.

 http://code.google.com/p/brix-cms/ was written by some of the core
 committers, so the Wicket code in it will be good.  Not sure how much of
 the
 code is actually Wicket specific, though.

 --
 Jeremy Thomerson
 http://www.wickettraining.com



 On Thu, Oct 15, 2009 at 6:35 PM, Dave B d...@davebolton.net wrote:



 Hi,

 I'm in the process of evaluating Wicket (after an arduous JSF project,
 that has made us re-evaluate our web platform.)

 I've read Wicket in Action and whole bunch of blog and mailing list
 posts, done some proof-of-concept work and am now interested in
 reading source code from a project using Wicket, since I want to see
 Wicket in the wild. I know Artifactory uses Wicket, but their
 Subversion access instructions seem to be out of date.

 Does anyone know of an open source project using Wicket, so that I can
 peruse the source code?

 Many thanks,
 Dave

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Re: Open Source projects using Wicket

2009-10-15 Thread Dave B
Any particular reason?  Form a (very) cursory ten minute look, the
lack of tests was glaring, though not an indictment of the actual
Wicket usage.

Thanks,
Dave

On Fri, Oct 16, 2009 at 11:04 AM, Jeremy Thomerson
jer...@wickettraining.com wrote:
 Don't look at jtrac.

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 On Thu, Oct 15, 2009 at 6:42 PM, Igor Vaynberg igor.vaynb...@gmail.comwrote:

 keeping that in mind,

 i wouldnt look at brix, most wicket-related code there has to do with
 plumbing and implementing a development model that is unlike wicket
 but works better for cmses.

 maybe look at http://www.jtrac.info/ , i think that uses wicket...

 -igor

 On Thu, Oct 15, 2009 at 4:40 PM, Jeremy Thomerson
 jer...@wickettraining.com wrote:
  Beware - just like any other app, OS or not, you will find OS projects
 out
  there that will teach you all kind of wrong ways to use Wicket.  I know
 of a
  couple because I tried to use them, thinking they would be easier to
 build
  on because they used Wicket.  But they were so poorly written that it
 would
  be a bad place for someone new to the framework to start.
 
  http://code.google.com/p/brix-cms/ was written by some of the core
  committers, so the Wicket code in it will be good.  Not sure how much of
 the
  code is actually Wicket specific, though.
 
  --
  Jeremy Thomerson
  http://www.wickettraining.com
 
 
 
  On Thu, Oct 15, 2009 at 6:35 PM, Dave B d...@davebolton.net wrote:
 
  Hi,
 
  I'm in the process of evaluating Wicket (after an arduous JSF project,
  that has made us re-evaluate our web platform.)
 
  I've read Wicket in Action and whole bunch of blog and mailing list
  posts, done some proof-of-concept work and am now interested in
  reading source code from a project using Wicket, since I want to see
  Wicket in the wild. I know Artifactory uses Wicket, but their
  Subversion access instructions seem to be out of date.
 
  Does anyone know of an open source project using Wicket, so that I can
  peruse the source code?
 
  Many thanks,
  Dave
 
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