Re: Wicket For Mobile

2011-04-05 Thread nino martinez wael
also works fine on android 2.2 using webkit..

2011/4/4 Pedro Santos pedros...@gmail.com:
 I don't remember of Wicket JavaScript mobile compatibility thread. I tested
 Wicket aplicaitons using AJAX on IE and Safari mobile versions, in both
 works nice.

 On Sun, Apr 3, 2011 at 11:33 AM, Ayodeji Aladejebi aladej...@gmail.comwrote:

 Hi,
 I like to find out the compatibility of wicket on mobile phones? especially
 the wicket javascript
 Have there been any publication or any project discussing wicket
 compatibility on Mobile Devices

 Thanks




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Re: Wicket For Mobile

2011-04-05 Thread Bertrand Guay-Paquet
Be sure to check for usage of modal windows on Android. I tried using 
them on mine and for some reason it was impossible to close the window 
with the X in the upper right corner.


On 05/04/2011 6:27 AM, nino martinez wael wrote:

also works fine on android 2.2 using webkit..

2011/4/4 Pedro Santospedros...@gmail.com:

I don't remember of Wicket JavaScript mobile compatibility thread. I tested
Wicket aplicaitons using AJAX on IE and Safari mobile versions, in both
works nice.

On Sun, Apr 3, 2011 at 11:33 AM, Ayodeji Aladejebialadej...@gmail.comwrote:


Hi,
I like to find out the compatibility of wicket on mobile phones? especially
the wicket javascript
Have there been any publication or any project discussing wicket
compatibility on Mobile Devices

Thanks




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Re: Wicket For Mobile

2011-04-05 Thread shetc
This is slightly off-topic but I have found one JavaScript issue with the
latest BlackBerry called the Torch.
The Torch has a bug in which a POST is not handled correctly but a GET is
okay. This is specifically for
form submits handled via JavaScript, which is typical for Wicket.

See 
http://supportforums.blackberry.com/t5/Web-Development/Insufficient-Network-Coverage-error-on-form-submit/td-p/941679
Insufficient Network Coverage error on form submit 

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Re: Wicket For Mobile

2011-04-05 Thread msj121

shetc wrote:
 
 This is slightly off-topic but I have found one JavaScript issue with the
 latest BlackBerry called the Torch.
 The Torch has a bug in which a POST is not handled correctly but a GET is
 okay. This is specifically for
 form submits handled via JavaScript, which is typical for Wicket.
 
 See 
 http://supportforums.blackberry.com/t5/Web-Development/Insufficient-Network-Coverage-error-on-form-submit/td-p/941679
 Insufficient Network Coverage error on form submit 
 

 I wonder if Blackberry is changing their operating system anyways, as they
bought a company for the tablet to move to a better operating system. Just
making a note that this may not be a long term issue. But still worth
looking into.

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Re: Wicket For Mobile

2011-04-04 Thread Pedro Santos
I don't remember of Wicket JavaScript mobile compatibility thread. I tested
Wicket aplicaitons using AJAX on IE and Safari mobile versions, in both
works nice.

On Sun, Apr 3, 2011 at 11:33 AM, Ayodeji Aladejebi aladej...@gmail.comwrote:

 Hi,
 I like to find out the compatibility of wicket on mobile phones? especially
 the wicket javascript
 Have there been any publication or any project discussing wicket
 compatibility on Mobile Devices

 Thanks




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Wicket For Mobile

2011-04-03 Thread Ayodeji Aladejebi
Hi,
I like to find out the compatibility of wicket on mobile phones? especially
the wicket javascript
Have there been any publication or any project discussing wicket
compatibility on Mobile Devices

Thanks


Re: Wicket For Mobile

2011-04-03 Thread Martin Makundi
http://www.thebuzzmedia.com/apache-wicket-powers-mobile-walmart-com/

2011/4/3 Ayodeji Aladejebi aladej...@gmail.com:
 Hi,
 I like to find out the compatibility of wicket on mobile phones? especially
 the wicket javascript
 Have there been any publication or any project discussing wicket
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Re: Wicket For Mobile

2011-04-03 Thread Bruno Borges
I've written a custom ResourceNameIterator (to be used in a custom
ResourceStreamLocator), that based on a user agent, can load specific HTMLs.

The concept is pretty simple, and what it does is to try loading a resource
based on this names pattern:

Page.mobile.extension
Page.m.extension // generic mobile version
Page.extension

Where mobile can be 'android', 'iphone', 'ipad', 'blackberry' or whatever
you want it to be.

The only requirement is that the resource must have the same component
structure as the Java class (the Wicket way). But of course, one can check
few things to not render this or that component.



Bruno Borges
www.brunoborges.com.br
+55 21 76727099

The glory of great men should always be
measured by the means they have used to
acquire it.
 - Francois de La Rochefoucauld



On Sun, Apr 3, 2011 at 11:52 AM, Martin Makundi 
martin.maku...@koodaripalvelut.com wrote:

 http://www.thebuzzmedia.com/apache-wicket-powers-mobile-walmart-com/

 2011/4/3 Ayodeji Aladejebi aladej...@gmail.com:
  Hi,
  I like to find out the compatibility of wicket on mobile phones?
 especially
  the wicket javascript
  Have there been any publication or any project discussing wicket
  compatibility on Mobile Devices
 
  Thanks
 

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RE: Wicket and mobile browsers

2010-06-17 Thread Joachim F. Kainz
Martin,

Nokia has never been able to do JavaScript right. The other traditional
phone manufacturers have not done any better. Same is true for most
everything about their phone (e.g. their user-interfaces).

Most businesses I work with do not spend much time or money with this
type of phone. For instance, if you point it to mobile.walmart.com, you
get the most basic experience only. No JavaScript used in this one. Same
is true for m.wellsfargo.com. If you use Android or an iPhone, there is
plenty of Wicket JavaScript and the UI is significantly richer.

One of the reasons for this is that while there are still many of these
types of phones out there, their users do not use MWeb and have no
ability to use apps. No sense spending money there when the majority of
actual MWeb users have Web-Kit based browser that do Wicket Ajax
perfectly. :) 

Best regards,

Joachim

On Thu, 2010-06-17 at 07:51 +1000, Chris Colman wrote: 

 Whoops! That should have read 'Nokia E51' - I accidentally mixed the
 brand name of my previous phone with the model number of my current
 phone.
 
 Should a Motorola E51 be able to use a stock standard wicket site with
 a
 bit of AJAX? Apparently its browser has javascript support (and it is
 enabled) but I can never get any parts of our wicket website that
 require AJAX to work on this phone.
 
 Any idea why not?
 
 -Original Message-
 From: Martin Funk [mailto:mafulaf...@googlemail.com]
 Sent: Wednesday, 16 June 2010 7:10 PM
 To: users@wicket.apache.org
 Subject: Re: Wicket and mobile browsers
 
 Thank you for the hint, mobileaware wasn't on my radar so far.
 
 2010/6/15 Joachim F. Kainz j...@jolira.com
 
  Martin,
 
  WURFL is a great solution, but there are some problems with keeping
 it
  up-to-date for commercial applications.
 
  http://www.mobileaware.com/ is a good commercial vendor I have used
 for
  m.wellsfarg.com and other sites. They have an extensive
  device-repository and a lot of other useful features for building
 MWeb
  sites. Downside: $$$
 
  Best regards,
 
  Joachim
 
  On Tue, 2010-06-15 at 17:36 +0200, Martin Funk wrote:
 
   Hi Giovanni,
  
   on what basis do you do the device recognition and classification?
  
   Currently we are looking into wurfl http://wurfl.sourceforge.net/
   Any opion on tha? Or do you know of an alternative to wurfl?
  
   mf
  
   2010/6/15 Joachim F. Kainz j...@jolira.com
  
Giovanni,
   
I am one of the developers of mobile.walmart.com. We are using
 Wicket
  to
support all types of cell phones, but most of our traffic is
 from
 smart
phones. If you point to our site using iPhone, Blackberry, and
 Motorola
Razor you get three different experience. All three experiences
 are
backed by the same Java code.
   
We have nothing to do with visural wicket (even though at first
 glance
it looks interesting). Our opensource components are at
http://code.google.com/p/jolira-tools/
   
Best regards,
   
Joachim
http://www.jolira.com
   
On Sun, 2010-04-18 at 13:02 -0500, Jeremy Thomerson wrote:
   
 There are many classes of smart phones available.  Some
 support
 n
 JS,
some
 very limited, while others support just about anything you can
 put
 in
  a
 regular browser.  Because of this, you may use the same java
 code
  with
three
 or four different styles of markup so that each browser class
 has
 its
  own
 markup.

 Search the list for mobile.walmart.com and see the post made
 by
  the
guys
 that created that site.  It talked about this.  They also
 released
  some
open
 source components - visural wicket.

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



 On Sun, Apr 18, 2010 at 3:17 AM, Giovanni
 pino_o...@yahoo.com
  wrote:

  I need to write a web application which will be accessed via
 mobile
  browsers from smartphones.
 
  What are the smartphone browsers which work well with
 Wicket?
 
  What kind of attention should I pay during the development
 of
  Wicket
  applications for mobile devices?
 
  Is there any tutorial about developing Wicket applications
 for
  mobile
  target browsers?
 
  Thanks in advance for any help.
 
  giovanni
 
 
 
 
   
 
 
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Re: Wicket and mobile browsers

2010-06-16 Thread Martin Funk
Thank you for the hint, mobileaware wasn't on my radar so far.

2010/6/15 Joachim F. Kainz j...@jolira.com

 Martin,

 WURFL is a great solution, but there are some problems with keeping it
 up-to-date for commercial applications.

 http://www.mobileaware.com/ is a good commercial vendor I have used for
 m.wellsfarg.com and other sites. They have an extensive
 device-repository and a lot of other useful features for building MWeb
 sites. Downside: $$$

 Best regards,

 Joachim

 On Tue, 2010-06-15 at 17:36 +0200, Martin Funk wrote:

  Hi Giovanni,
 
  on what basis do you do the device recognition and classification?
 
  Currently we are looking into wurfl http://wurfl.sourceforge.net/
  Any opion on tha? Or do you know of an alternative to wurfl?
 
  mf
 
  2010/6/15 Joachim F. Kainz j...@jolira.com
 
   Giovanni,
  
   I am one of the developers of mobile.walmart.com. We are using Wicket
 to
   support all types of cell phones, but most of our traffic is from smart
   phones. If you point to our site using iPhone, Blackberry, and Motorola
   Razor you get three different experience. All three experiences are
   backed by the same Java code.
  
   We have nothing to do with visural wicket (even though at first glance
   it looks interesting). Our opensource components are at
   http://code.google.com/p/jolira-tools/
  
   Best regards,
  
   Joachim
   http://www.jolira.com
  
   On Sun, 2010-04-18 at 13:02 -0500, Jeremy Thomerson wrote:
  
There are many classes of smart phones available.  Some support n JS,
   some
very limited, while others support just about anything you can put in
 a
regular browser.  Because of this, you may use the same java code
 with
   three
or four different styles of markup so that each browser class has its
 own
markup.
   
Search the list for mobile.walmart.com and see the post made by
 the
   guys
that created that site.  It talked about this.  They also released
 some
   open
source components - visural wicket.
   
--
Jeremy Thomerson
http://www.wickettraining.com
   
   
   
On Sun, Apr 18, 2010 at 3:17 AM, Giovanni pino_o...@yahoo.com
 wrote:
   
 I need to write a web application which will be accessed via mobile
 browsers from smartphones.

 What are the smartphone browsers which work well with Wicket?

 What kind of attention should I pay during the development of
 Wicket
 applications for mobile devices?

 Is there any tutorial about developing Wicket applications for
 mobile
 target browsers?

 Thanks in advance for any help.

 giovanni




  



RE: Wicket and mobile browsers

2010-06-16 Thread Chris Colman
Should a Motorola E51 be able to use a stock standard wicket site with a
bit of AJAX? Apparently its browser has javascript support (and it is
enabled) but I can never get any parts of our wicket website that
require AJAX to work on this phone.

Any idea why not?

-Original Message-
From: Martin Funk [mailto:mafulaf...@googlemail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, 16 June 2010 7:10 PM
To: users@wicket.apache.org
Subject: Re: Wicket and mobile browsers

Thank you for the hint, mobileaware wasn't on my radar so far.

2010/6/15 Joachim F. Kainz j...@jolira.com

 Martin,

 WURFL is a great solution, but there are some problems with keeping
it
 up-to-date for commercial applications.

 http://www.mobileaware.com/ is a good commercial vendor I have used
for
 m.wellsfarg.com and other sites. They have an extensive
 device-repository and a lot of other useful features for building
MWeb
 sites. Downside: $$$

 Best regards,

 Joachim

 On Tue, 2010-06-15 at 17:36 +0200, Martin Funk wrote:

  Hi Giovanni,
 
  on what basis do you do the device recognition and classification?
 
  Currently we are looking into wurfl http://wurfl.sourceforge.net/
  Any opion on tha? Or do you know of an alternative to wurfl?
 
  mf
 
  2010/6/15 Joachim F. Kainz j...@jolira.com
 
   Giovanni,
  
   I am one of the developers of mobile.walmart.com. We are using
Wicket
 to
   support all types of cell phones, but most of our traffic is from
smart
   phones. If you point to our site using iPhone, Blackberry, and
Motorola
   Razor you get three different experience. All three experiences
are
   backed by the same Java code.
  
   We have nothing to do with visural wicket (even though at first
glance
   it looks interesting). Our opensource components are at
   http://code.google.com/p/jolira-tools/
  
   Best regards,
  
   Joachim
   http://www.jolira.com
  
   On Sun, 2010-04-18 at 13:02 -0500, Jeremy Thomerson wrote:
  
There are many classes of smart phones available.  Some support
n
JS,
   some
very limited, while others support just about anything you can
put
in
 a
regular browser.  Because of this, you may use the same java
code
 with
   three
or four different styles of markup so that each browser class
has
its
 own
markup.
   
Search the list for mobile.walmart.com and see the post made
by
 the
   guys
that created that site.  It talked about this.  They also
released
 some
   open
source components - visural wicket.
   
--
Jeremy Thomerson
http://www.wickettraining.com
   
   
   
On Sun, Apr 18, 2010 at 3:17 AM, Giovanni pino_o...@yahoo.com
 wrote:
   
 I need to write a web application which will be accessed via
mobile
 browsers from smartphones.

 What are the smartphone browsers which work well with Wicket?

 What kind of attention should I pay during the development of
 Wicket
 applications for mobile devices?

 Is there any tutorial about developing Wicket applications
for
 mobile
 target browsers?

 Thanks in advance for any help.

 giovanni




  


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RE: Wicket and mobile browsers

2010-06-16 Thread Chris Colman
Whoops! That should have read 'Nokia E51' - I accidentally mixed the
brand name of my previous phone with the model number of my current
phone.

Should a Motorola E51 be able to use a stock standard wicket site with
a
bit of AJAX? Apparently its browser has javascript support (and it is
enabled) but I can never get any parts of our wicket website that
require AJAX to work on this phone.

Any idea why not?

-Original Message-
From: Martin Funk [mailto:mafulaf...@googlemail.com]
Sent: Wednesday, 16 June 2010 7:10 PM
To: users@wicket.apache.org
Subject: Re: Wicket and mobile browsers

Thank you for the hint, mobileaware wasn't on my radar so far.

2010/6/15 Joachim F. Kainz j...@jolira.com

 Martin,

 WURFL is a great solution, but there are some problems with keeping
it
 up-to-date for commercial applications.

 http://www.mobileaware.com/ is a good commercial vendor I have used
for
 m.wellsfarg.com and other sites. They have an extensive
 device-repository and a lot of other useful features for building
MWeb
 sites. Downside: $$$

 Best regards,

 Joachim

 On Tue, 2010-06-15 at 17:36 +0200, Martin Funk wrote:

  Hi Giovanni,
 
  on what basis do you do the device recognition and classification?
 
  Currently we are looking into wurfl http://wurfl.sourceforge.net/
  Any opion on tha? Or do you know of an alternative to wurfl?
 
  mf
 
  2010/6/15 Joachim F. Kainz j...@jolira.com
 
   Giovanni,
  
   I am one of the developers of mobile.walmart.com. We are using
Wicket
 to
   support all types of cell phones, but most of our traffic is
from
smart
   phones. If you point to our site using iPhone, Blackberry, and
Motorola
   Razor you get three different experience. All three experiences
are
   backed by the same Java code.
  
   We have nothing to do with visural wicket (even though at first
glance
   it looks interesting). Our opensource components are at
   http://code.google.com/p/jolira-tools/
  
   Best regards,
  
   Joachim
   http://www.jolira.com
  
   On Sun, 2010-04-18 at 13:02 -0500, Jeremy Thomerson wrote:
  
There are many classes of smart phones available.  Some
support
n
JS,
   some
very limited, while others support just about anything you can
put
in
 a
regular browser.  Because of this, you may use the same java
code
 with
   three
or four different styles of markup so that each browser class
has
its
 own
markup.
   
Search the list for mobile.walmart.com and see the post made
by
 the
   guys
that created that site.  It talked about this.  They also
released
 some
   open
source components - visural wicket.
   
--
Jeremy Thomerson
http://www.wickettraining.com
   
   
   
On Sun, Apr 18, 2010 at 3:17 AM, Giovanni
pino_o...@yahoo.com
 wrote:
   
 I need to write a web application which will be accessed via
mobile
 browsers from smartphones.

 What are the smartphone browsers which work well with
Wicket?

 What kind of attention should I pay during the development
of
 Wicket
 applications for mobile devices?

 Is there any tutorial about developing Wicket applications
for
 mobile
 target browsers?

 Thanks in advance for any help.

 giovanni




  


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Re: Wicket and mobile browsers

2010-06-15 Thread Joachim F. Kainz
Giovanni,

I am one of the developers of mobile.walmart.com. We are using Wicket to
support all types of cell phones, but most of our traffic is from smart
phones. If you point to our site using iPhone, Blackberry, and Motorola
Razor you get three different experience. All three experiences are
backed by the same Java code.

We have nothing to do with visural wicket (even though at first glance
it looks interesting). Our opensource components are at
http://code.google.com/p/jolira-tools/ 

Best regards,

Joachim
http://www.jolira.com

On Sun, 2010-04-18 at 13:02 -0500, Jeremy Thomerson wrote: 

 There are many classes of smart phones available.  Some support n JS, some
 very limited, while others support just about anything you can put in a
 regular browser.  Because of this, you may use the same java code with three
 or four different styles of markup so that each browser class has its own
 markup.
 
 Search the list for mobile.walmart.com and see the post made by the guys
 that created that site.  It talked about this.  They also released some open
 source components - visural wicket.
 
 --
 Jeremy Thomerson
 http://www.wickettraining.com
 
 
 
 On Sun, Apr 18, 2010 at 3:17 AM, Giovanni pino_o...@yahoo.com wrote:
 
  I need to write a web application which will be accessed via mobile
  browsers from smartphones.
 
  What are the smartphone browsers which work well with Wicket?
 
  What kind of attention should I pay during the development of Wicket
  applications for mobile devices?
 
  Is there any tutorial about developing Wicket applications for mobile
  target browsers?
 
  Thanks in advance for any help.
 
  giovanni
 
 
 
 


Re: Wicket and mobile browsers

2010-06-15 Thread Jeremy Thomerson
On Tue, Jun 15, 2010 at 10:26 AM, Joachim F. Kainz j...@jolira.com wrote:

 We have nothing to do with visural wicket


Oops - my bad.  Jolira / Visural - all the names jumble in my head after a
while.

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


Re: Wicket and mobile browsers

2010-06-15 Thread Martin Funk
Hi Giovanni,

on what basis do you do the device recognition and classification?

Currently we are looking into wurfl http://wurfl.sourceforge.net/
Any opion on tha? Or do you know of an alternative to wurfl?

mf

2010/6/15 Joachim F. Kainz j...@jolira.com

 Giovanni,

 I am one of the developers of mobile.walmart.com. We are using Wicket to
 support all types of cell phones, but most of our traffic is from smart
 phones. If you point to our site using iPhone, Blackberry, and Motorola
 Razor you get three different experience. All three experiences are
 backed by the same Java code.

 We have nothing to do with visural wicket (even though at first glance
 it looks interesting). Our opensource components are at
 http://code.google.com/p/jolira-tools/

 Best regards,

 Joachim
 http://www.jolira.com

 On Sun, 2010-04-18 at 13:02 -0500, Jeremy Thomerson wrote:

  There are many classes of smart phones available.  Some support n JS,
 some
  very limited, while others support just about anything you can put in a
  regular browser.  Because of this, you may use the same java code with
 three
  or four different styles of markup so that each browser class has its own
  markup.
 
  Search the list for mobile.walmart.com and see the post made by the
 guys
  that created that site.  It talked about this.  They also released some
 open
  source components - visural wicket.
 
  --
  Jeremy Thomerson
  http://www.wickettraining.com
 
 
 
  On Sun, Apr 18, 2010 at 3:17 AM, Giovanni pino_o...@yahoo.com wrote:
 
   I need to write a web application which will be accessed via mobile
   browsers from smartphones.
  
   What are the smartphone browsers which work well with Wicket?
  
   What kind of attention should I pay during the development of Wicket
   applications for mobile devices?
  
   Is there any tutorial about developing Wicket applications for mobile
   target browsers?
  
   Thanks in advance for any help.
  
   giovanni
  
  
  
  



Re: Wicket and mobile browsers

2010-06-15 Thread Joachim F. Kainz
Martin,

WURFL is a great solution, but there are some problems with keeping it
up-to-date for commercial applications.

http://www.mobileaware.com/ is a good commercial vendor I have used for
m.wellsfarg.com and other sites. They have an extensive
device-repository and a lot of other useful features for building MWeb
sites. Downside: $$$

Best regards,

Joachim

On Tue, 2010-06-15 at 17:36 +0200, Martin Funk wrote: 

 Hi Giovanni,
 
 on what basis do you do the device recognition and classification?
 
 Currently we are looking into wurfl http://wurfl.sourceforge.net/
 Any opion on tha? Or do you know of an alternative to wurfl?
 
 mf
 
 2010/6/15 Joachim F. Kainz j...@jolira.com
 
  Giovanni,
 
  I am one of the developers of mobile.walmart.com. We are using Wicket to
  support all types of cell phones, but most of our traffic is from smart
  phones. If you point to our site using iPhone, Blackberry, and Motorola
  Razor you get three different experience. All three experiences are
  backed by the same Java code.
 
  We have nothing to do with visural wicket (even though at first glance
  it looks interesting). Our opensource components are at
  http://code.google.com/p/jolira-tools/
 
  Best regards,
 
  Joachim
  http://www.jolira.com
 
  On Sun, 2010-04-18 at 13:02 -0500, Jeremy Thomerson wrote:
 
   There are many classes of smart phones available.  Some support n JS,
  some
   very limited, while others support just about anything you can put in a
   regular browser.  Because of this, you may use the same java code with
  three
   or four different styles of markup so that each browser class has its own
   markup.
  
   Search the list for mobile.walmart.com and see the post made by the
  guys
   that created that site.  It talked about this.  They also released some
  open
   source components - visural wicket.
  
   --
   Jeremy Thomerson
   http://www.wickettraining.com
  
  
  
   On Sun, Apr 18, 2010 at 3:17 AM, Giovanni pino_o...@yahoo.com wrote:
  
I need to write a web application which will be accessed via mobile
browsers from smartphones.
   
What are the smartphone browsers which work well with Wicket?
   
What kind of attention should I pay during the development of Wicket
applications for mobile devices?
   
Is there any tutorial about developing Wicket applications for mobile
target browsers?
   
Thanks in advance for any help.
   
giovanni
   
   
   
   
 


Wicket and mobile browsers

2010-04-18 Thread Giovanni
I need to write a web application which will be accessed via mobile browsers 
from smartphones.

What are the smartphone browsers which work well with Wicket?

What kind of attention should I pay during the development of Wicket 
applications for mobile devices?

Is there any tutorial about developing Wicket applications for mobile target 
browsers?

Thanks in advance for any help.

giovanni



  

Re: Wicket and mobile browsers

2010-04-18 Thread Ngoc Dao
I think there browsers that do not support:
* cookie - not a problem because servlet containers solve this problem
* JS - Ajax does not work
* Complex CSS - UI should be simple, mobile screens are not big anyway

Ngoc


On Sun, Apr 18, 2010 at 5:17 PM, Giovanni pino_o...@yahoo.com wrote:
 I need to write a web application which will be accessed via mobile browsers 
 from smartphones.

 What are the smartphone browsers which work well with Wicket?

 What kind of attention should I pay during the development of Wicket 
 applications for mobile devices?

 Is there any tutorial about developing Wicket applications for mobile target 
 browsers?

 Thanks in advance for any help.

 giovanni





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Re: Wicket and mobile browsers

2010-04-18 Thread Jeremy Thomerson
There are many classes of smart phones available.  Some support n JS, some
very limited, while others support just about anything you can put in a
regular browser.  Because of this, you may use the same java code with three
or four different styles of markup so that each browser class has its own
markup.

Search the list for mobile.walmart.com and see the post made by the guys
that created that site.  It talked about this.  They also released some open
source components - visural wicket.

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



On Sun, Apr 18, 2010 at 3:17 AM, Giovanni pino_o...@yahoo.com wrote:

 I need to write a web application which will be accessed via mobile
 browsers from smartphones.

 What are the smartphone browsers which work well with Wicket?

 What kind of attention should I pay during the development of Wicket
 applications for mobile devices?

 Is there any tutorial about developing Wicket applications for mobile
 target browsers?

 Thanks in advance for any help.

 giovanni