Re: A web site developed with Wicket

2010-03-31 Thread Gustavo Henrique
could you release the wicket code for us?
that would be a great help for the community.

thanks!


Re: A web site developed with Wicket

2010-03-31 Thread Erdinc
Hi,
I don't think to release the source code of the application for now,  but I am 
trying to collect the techniques I applied in my wicket projects by maintaining 
an open source project - EasyWicket - http://easywicket.sourceforge.net






From: Gustavo Henrique gustavo...@gmail.com
To: users@wicket.apache.org
Sent: Wed, March 31, 2010 2:55:20 PM
Subject: Re: A web site developed with Wicket

could you release the wicket code for us?
that would be a great help for the community.

thanks!



  

Re: A web site developed with Wicket

2010-03-30 Thread Cemal Bayramoglu
Erdinç,

Skype ID'in varsa konusalım.

Regards - Cemal
jWeekend
OO  Java Technologies, Wicket
Consulting, Development, Training
http://jWeekend.com


On 17 March 2010 19:52, voltron kocam...@yahoo.com wrote:
 Hello,

 http://www.nofailtime.com/appmonitor is a web application developed with 
 wicket framework. It basically checks the web site downtime and notifies the 
 users about the failure.

 It uses wicket, yahoo library(YUI), Spring and Cayenne as ORM. I used modal 
 windows heavily to implement single page interface. YUI used for feedback 
 panels and menu.

 I would be happy if you try the site and give feedback. You can login the 
 site with account;
 username = demo
 password = demo

 Thanks,






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Re: A web site developed with Wicket

2010-03-22 Thread Wilhelmsen Tor Iver
 After using CSS for layout things for two years my summary is:
 
   Use tables for layout, CSS for the rest
 
 It it simple, it works, and it doesn't break in each new version of IE

The question then becomes: what do you use to lay out tabular data? :)

(IE is broken in all versions, and its CSS support is lacking (see the 
euphemism there). Users should be encouraged to switch; to adapt web design to 
cater for it is akin to avoid using words missing from a spell checker's 
incomplete dictionary when writing. You should not have to adapt to software 
bugs.)

- Tor Iver

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Re: A web site developed with Wicket

2010-03-20 Thread Peter Ertl
After using CSS for layout things for two years my summary is:

  Use tables for layout, CSS for the rest

It it simple, it works, and it doesn't break in each new version of IE

Am 18.03.2010 um 08:39 schrieb nino martinez wael:

 CSS are the way to do stuff, but usually IE smashes it somehow. My rule are
 to develop for firefox, patch for IE. And so far it's worked very well.
 
 However there are somethings that are really painfull todo with css. Like
 round corners, this is where I came up with wicketstuff artwork two
 integrations for js libs that helps making graphics like round corners.
 
 regards
 
 2010/3/18 voltron kocam...@yahoo.com
 
 Thank you for feedback. I used CSS positioning instead of tables, but it is
 real pain :)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 From: Daniel Toffetti dto...@yahoo.com.ar
 To: users@wicket.apache.org
 Sent: Thu, March 18, 2010 1:46:37 AM
 Subject: Re: A web site developed with Wicket
 
 voltron kocamane at yahoo.com writes:
 Hello,
 
 http://www.nofailtime.com/appmonitor is a web application
 developed with wicket framework.
 
 .
 
 I would be happy if you try the site and give feedback. You
 can login the site with account;
 username = demo
 password = demo
 
 Thanks,
 
   It looks great, I like specially the menu. Some panels (Login,
 Subscription
 Update) seem to be somewhat to the right of the screen, it would be better
 if
 they were centered.
   And I get a 1 centimeter wide vertical padding both to the left and to
 the
 right, don't know if this is intentional, it doesn't look good but perhaps
 it's
 just me.
   Could not crash it yet, tested with Firefox 3.6 / Windows XP on a 17
 CRT
 (non-wide format).
 
 Cheers,
 
 Daniel
 
 
 
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Re: A web site developed with Wicket

2010-03-18 Thread voltron
Thank you for feedback. I used CSS positioning instead of tables, but it is 
real pain :)






From: Daniel Toffetti dto...@yahoo.com.ar
To: users@wicket.apache.org
Sent: Thu, March 18, 2010 1:46:37 AM
Subject: Re: A web site developed with Wicket

voltron kocamane at yahoo.com writes:
 Hello,
 
 http://www.nofailtime.com/appmonitor is a web application
 developed with wicket framework.
 
 .
 
 I would be happy if you try the site and give feedback. You
 can login the site with account;
 username = demo
 password = demo
 
 Thanks,

It looks great, I like specially the menu. Some panels (Login, Subscription
Update) seem to be somewhat to the right of the screen, it would be better if
they were centered.
And I get a 1 centimeter wide vertical padding both to the left and to the
right, don't know if this is intentional, it doesn't look good but perhaps it's
just me.
Could not crash it yet, tested with Firefox 3.6 / Windows XP on a 17 CRT
(non-wide format).

Cheers,

Daniel



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Re: A web site developed with Wicket

2010-03-18 Thread nino martinez wael
CSS are the way to do stuff, but usually IE smashes it somehow. My rule are
to develop for firefox, patch for IE. And so far it's worked very well.

However there are somethings that are really painfull todo with css. Like
round corners, this is where I came up with wicketstuff artwork two
integrations for js libs that helps making graphics like round corners.

regards

2010/3/18 voltron kocam...@yahoo.com

 Thank you for feedback. I used CSS positioning instead of tables, but it is
 real pain :)





 
 From: Daniel Toffetti dto...@yahoo.com.ar
 To: users@wicket.apache.org
 Sent: Thu, March 18, 2010 1:46:37 AM
 Subject: Re: A web site developed with Wicket

 voltron kocamane at yahoo.com writes:
  Hello,
 
  http://www.nofailtime.com/appmonitor is a web application
  developed with wicket framework.
 
  .
 
  I would be happy if you try the site and give feedback. You
  can login the site with account;
  username = demo
  password = demo
 
  Thanks,

It looks great, I like specially the menu. Some panels (Login,
 Subscription
 Update) seem to be somewhat to the right of the screen, it would be better
 if
 they were centered.
And I get a 1 centimeter wide vertical padding both to the left and to
 the
 right, don't know if this is intentional, it doesn't look good but perhaps
 it's
 just me.
Could not crash it yet, tested with Firefox 3.6 / Windows XP on a 17
 CRT
 (non-wide format).

 Cheers,

 Daniel



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A web site developed with Wicket

2010-03-17 Thread voltron
Hello,

http://www.nofailtime.com/appmonitor is a web application developed with wicket 
framework. It basically checks the web site downtime and notifies the users 
about the failure. 

It uses wicket, yahoo library(YUI), Spring and Cayenne as ORM. I used modal 
windows heavily to implement single page interface. YUI used for feedback 
panels and menu. 

I would be happy if you try the site and give feedback. You can login the site 
with account;
username = demo
password = demo

Thanks,




  

Re: A web site developed with Wicket

2010-03-17 Thread Jeremy Thomerson
Can you add it to the wiki of sites powered by Wicket?

--
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http://www.wickettraining.com



On Wed, Mar 17, 2010 at 1:52 PM, voltron kocam...@yahoo.com wrote:

 Hello,

 http://www.nofailtime.com/appmonitor is a web application developed with
 wicket framework. It basically checks the web site downtime and notifies the
 users about the failure.

 It uses wicket, yahoo library(YUI), Spring and Cayenne as ORM. I used modal
 windows heavily to implement single page interface. YUI used for feedback
 panels and menu.

 I would be happy if you try the site and give feedback. You can login the
 site with account;
 username = demo
 password = demo

 Thanks,







RE: A web site developed with Wicket

2010-03-17 Thread Russell Morrisey
In IE7 (win XP), I get a javascript error on the PGMainScreen after logging in:

Line 10, Char 4265
Invalid callback for subscriber to 'DOMReady'


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Mission Solutions Engineering, LLC

| russell.morri...@missionse.com | www.missionse.com
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From: voltron [mailto:kocam...@yahoo.com]
Sent: Wednesday, March 17, 2010 2:52 PM
To: users@wicket.apache.org
Subject: A web site developed with Wicket

Hello,

http://www.nofailtime.com/appmonitor is a web application developed with wicket 
framework. It basically checks the web site downtime and notifies the users 
about the failure.

It uses wicket, yahoo library(YUI), Spring and Cayenne as ORM. I used modal 
windows heavily to implement single page interface. YUI used for feedback 
panels and menu.

I would be happy if you try the site and give feedback. You can login the site 
with account;
username = demo
password = demo

Thanks,






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Re: A web site developed with Wicket

2010-03-17 Thread Daniel Toffetti
voltron kocamane at yahoo.com writes:
 Hello,
 
 http://www.nofailtime.com/appmonitor is a web application
 developed with wicket framework.
 
 .
 
 I would be happy if you try the site and give feedback. You
 can login the site with account;
 username = demo
 password = demo
 
 Thanks,

It looks great, I like specially the menu. Some panels (Login, Subscription
Update) seem to be somewhat to the right of the screen, it would be better if
they were centered.
And I get a 1 centimeter wide vertical padding both to the left and to the
right, don't know if this is intentional, it doesn't look good but perhaps it's
just me.
Could not crash it yet, tested with Firefox 3.6 / Windows XP on a 17 CRT
(non-wide format).

Cheers,

Daniel



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Re: A web site developed with Wicket

2010-03-17 Thread Fernando Wermus
It works great and look fine in safari

On Wed, Mar 17, 2010 at 9:46 PM, Daniel Toffetti dto...@yahoo.com.arwrote:

 voltron kocamane at yahoo.com writes:
  Hello,
 
  http://www.nofailtime.com/appmonitor is a web application
  developed with wicket framework.
 
  .
 
  I would be happy if you try the site and give feedback. You
  can login the site with account;
  username = demo
  password = demo
 
  Thanks,

 It looks great, I like specially the menu. Some panels (Login,
 Subscription
 Update) seem to be somewhat to the right of the screen, it would be better
 if
 they were centered.
And I get a 1 centimeter wide vertical padding both to the left and to
 the
 right, don't know if this is intentional, it doesn't look good but perhaps
 it's
 just me.
Could not crash it yet, tested with Firefox 3.6 / Windows XP on a 17
 CRT
 (non-wide format).

 Cheers,

 Daniel



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