Re: Wicket used for mobile.walmart.com

2010-02-25 Thread Ilja Pavkovic
Hi,

how did you measure the system performance? I know that you investigated some 
time for improving wicket performace and I see you created jolirium. Did you 
use this for multiuser performance measurements? Or anything else?

Best Regards,
Ilja Pavkovic

Am Mittwoch, 24. Februar 2010 19:19:36 schrieb Joachim F. Kainz:
 Jeff,
 
 I will try to do better on the documentation and examples, but I think
 the tests are quite useful if you would like to see how the components
 work.
 
 Best regards,
 
 Joachim
 
 On Tue, 2010-02-23 at 09:46 -0600, Jeffrey Schneller wrote:
  Joachim,
  
  
  
  Thanks for this information.  It shows that we made the right choice with
  Wicket for a new retail site.  Also thank you for posting your
  components as open source.  Do you have any examples of how these
  components can and should be used.  In particular the jofilter,
  wicket-stateless, and expiring-cache.
  
  
  
  Thanks.
  
  
  
  Jeff
  
  
  
  
  
  From: Joachim F. Kainz [mailto:j...@jolira.com]
  Sent: Monday, February 22, 2010 12:05 PM
  To: users@wicket.apache.org
  Subject: Wicket used for mobile.walmart.com
  
  
  
  Fellow Wicket Users,
  
  The question if Wicket is suitable for large enterprises has just become
  easier to answer: The largest enterprise in the world is now using
  Wicket for its mobile site. Check out mobile.walmart.com (or just point
  your mobile phone to www.walmart.com and get redirected automatically).
  
  The reason why my client decided to go with Wicket makes it easy to
  support multiple different types of devices. The walmart mobile
  application supports different HTML for three categories of devices (L1:
  iPhones  challengers, L2: BlackBerries, L3: Plain Old Devices). These
  three experiences are supported by the same Java code on the server
  side.
  
  We added a few components to Wicket, mostly because in the retail arena
  being stateless is very important. Our components are available at
  http://code.google.com/p/jolira-tools/.
  http://code.google.com/p/jolira-tools/
  
  Wicket is an awesome product and I would like to thank the Wicket team
  for all there work. One day I hope to get the largest enterprise in the
  world to donate an appropriate amount of money for future development!
  :)
  
  Best regards,
  
  Joachim
  
  http://www.jolira.com


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Re: Wicket used for mobile.walmart.com

2010-02-24 Thread Joachim F. Kainz
Funny!

I just wanted to point out that mobile.walmart.com supports three
categories of devices using the same Java code (only the html is (very)
different.) Try doing that with JSP.

If anybody wants to try this out, use the User Agent Switcher in Firefox
and the following configuration:

useragentswitcher

folder description=L1
useragent description=iPhone 3.0
useragent=Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 3_0 like Mac 
OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/528.18 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/4.0 Mobile/7A341 
Safari/528.16
appcodename=Mozilla appname=Netscape
appversion=5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 3_0 like Mac OS X; 
en-us) AppleWebKit/528.18 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/4.0 Mobile/7A341 
Safari/528.16
platform=iPhone vendor=Apple Computer, Inc. vendorsub= /
/folder
folder description=L2
useragent description=BlackBerry 7520
useragent=BlackBerry7520/4.0.0 Profile/MIDP-2.0 
Configuration/CLDC-1.1 UP.Browser/5.0.3.3 UP.Link/5.1.2.12 (Google WAP 
Proxy/1.0)
appcodename= appname= appversion= platform= vendor=
vendorsub= /
useragent description=Blackberry
useragent=BlackBerry8130/4.3.0 Profile/MIDP-2.0 
Configuration/CLDC-1.1 VendorID/105
appcodename= appname= appversion= platform= vendor=
vendorsub= /
/folder
folder description=L2*
useragent description=NokiaN82
useragent=Mozilla/5.0(SymbianOS/9.2; U; Series60/3.1 
NokiaN82/10.0.035; Profile/MIDP-2.0 
Configuration/CLDC-1.1;)AppleWebKit/413(KHTML,like Gecko)Safari/413
appcodename= appname= appversion= platform= vendor=
vendorsub= /
/folder
folder description=L3
useragent description=L3
useragent=OPWV-SDK/62 UP.Browser/6.2.2.1.208 (GUI) MMP/2.0
appcodename= appname= appversion= platform= vendor=
vendorsub= /
/folder
/useragentswitcher


On Tue, 2010-02-23 at 12:32 +0100, Daniele Dellafiore wrote:

 On Mon, Feb 22, 2010 at 9:50 PM, Riyad Kalla rka...@gmail.com wrote:
 
  Joachim,
 
  Very very cool info. A few days ago folks were talking about slides for
  convincing management of Wicket and trying to create some common slides
  for folks to utilize -- information like *this* (Walmart, Wells Fargo) is a
  gold-mine for those business cases for Wicket.
 
 
 In fact I have immediately changed my presentation about Wicket with this
 new one http://docs.google.com/present/view?id=dhccq8r9_77c6dhxjdh ;)
 


RE: Wicket used for mobile.walmart.com

2010-02-24 Thread Joachim F. Kainz
Jeff,

I will try to do better on the documentation and examples, but I think
the tests are quite useful if you would like to see how the components
work.

Best regards,

Joachim

On Tue, 2010-02-23 at 09:46 -0600, Jeffrey Schneller wrote:

 Joachim,
 
  
 
 Thanks for this information.  It shows that we made the right choice with 
 Wicket for a new retail site.  Also thank you for posting your components as 
 open source.  Do you have any examples of how these components can and should 
 be used.  In particular the jofilter, wicket-stateless, and expiring-cache.
 
  
 
 Thanks.
 
  
 
 Jeff
 
  
 
 
 
 From: Joachim F. Kainz [mailto:j...@jolira.com] 
 Sent: Monday, February 22, 2010 12:05 PM
 To: users@wicket.apache.org
 Subject: Wicket used for mobile.walmart.com
 
  
 
 Fellow Wicket Users,
 
 The question if Wicket is suitable for large enterprises has just become 
 easier to answer: The largest enterprise in the world is now using Wicket for 
 its mobile site. Check out mobile.walmart.com (or just point your mobile 
 phone to www.walmart.com and get redirected automatically).
 
 The reason why my client decided to go with Wicket makes it easy to support 
 multiple different types of devices. The walmart mobile application supports 
 different HTML for three categories of devices (L1: iPhones  challengers, 
 L2: BlackBerries, L3: Plain Old Devices). These three experiences are 
 supported by the same Java code on the server side.
 
 We added a few components to Wicket, mostly because in the retail arena being 
 stateless is very important. Our components are available at 
 http://code.google.com/p/jolira-tools/. 
 http://code.google.com/p/jolira-tools/ 
 
 Wicket is an awesome product and I would like to thank the Wicket team for 
 all there work. One day I hope to get the largest enterprise in the world to 
 donate an appropriate amount of money for future development! :)
 
 Best regards,
 
 Joachim
 
 http://www.jolira.com
 
 
 
 


Re: Wicket used for mobile.walmart.com

2010-02-23 Thread Martin Funk
incredibly nice

2010/2/22 Joachim F. Kainz j...@jolira.com

  Fellow Wicket Users,

 The question if Wicket is suitable for large enterprises has just become
 easier to answer: The largest enterprise in the world is now using Wicket
 for its mobile site. Check out mobile.walmart.com (or just point your
 mobile phone to www.walmart.com and get redirected automatically).

 The reason why my client decided to go with Wicket makes it easy to support
 multiple different types of devices. The walmart mobile application supports
 different HTML for three categories of devices (L1: iPhones  challengers,
 L2: BlackBerries, L3: Plain Old Devices). These three experiences are
 supported by the same Java code on the server side.


I'd be very curious how that was achieved? Do you keep three sets of
templates and decide at runtime based on the user-agent information which
template to render against?

I'm currently in a project where this device independence is achieved by a
'post-processor' which picks up the rendered markup and re-renders it for
each device category.

Just curious which approach was chosen for wallmart and your experiences
with it.


mf



 We added a few components to Wicket, mostly because in the retail arena
 being stateless is very important. Our components are available at
 http://code.google.com/p/jolira-tools/.

 Wicket is an awesome product and I would like to thank the Wicket team for
 all there work. One day I hope to get the largest enterprise in the world to
 donate an appropriate amount of money for future development! [image: :)]

 Best regards,

 Joachim

 http://www.jolira.com






Re: Wicket used for mobile.walmart.com

2010-02-23 Thread Daniele Dellafiore
On Mon, Feb 22, 2010 at 9:50 PM, Riyad Kalla rka...@gmail.com wrote:

 Joachim,

 Very very cool info. A few days ago folks were talking about slides for
 convincing management of Wicket and trying to create some common slides
 for folks to utilize -- information like *this* (Walmart, Wells Fargo) is a
 gold-mine for those business cases for Wicket.


In fact I have immediately changed my presentation about Wicket with this
new one http://docs.google.com/present/view?id=dhccq8r9_77c6dhxjdh ;)

-- 
Daniele Dellafiore
http://danieledellafiore.net


Re: Wicket used for mobile.walmart.com

2010-02-23 Thread nino martinez wael
hehe :)

2010/2/23 Daniele Dellafiore ilde...@gmail.com

 On Mon, Feb 22, 2010 at 9:50 PM, Riyad Kalla rka...@gmail.com wrote:

  Joachim,
 
  Very very cool info. A few days ago folks were talking about slides for
  convincing management of Wicket and trying to create some common slides
  for folks to utilize -- information like *this* (Walmart, Wells Fargo) is
 a
  gold-mine for those business cases for Wicket.
 
 
 In fact I have immediately changed my presentation about Wicket with this
 new one http://docs.google.com/present/view?id=dhccq8r9_77c6dhxjdh ;)

 --
 Daniele Dellafiore
 http://danieledellafiore.net



Re: Wicket used for mobile.walmart.com

2010-02-23 Thread Cemal Bayramoglu
I've seen a few places now, where in their excitement, enthusiasm and
haste to make it known to the world that a key, public facing, Walmart
site is built on Wicket, people have spelt the domain name
incorrectly.
Arguments to convince the unaware that Wicket is really very good
would be even more convincing if quoted URLs actually exist, like
mobile.walmart.com does.

Joachim,

Congratulations to you and your colleagues.

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

On 23 February 2010 11:32, Daniele Dellafiore ilde...@gmail.com wrote:
 On Mon, Feb 22, 2010 at 9:50 PM, Riyad Kalla rka...@gmail.com wrote:

 Joachim,

 Very very cool info. A few days ago folks were talking about slides for
 convincing management of Wicket and trying to create some common slides
 for folks to utilize -- information like *this* (Walmart, Wells Fargo) is a
 gold-mine for those business cases for Wicket.


 In fact I have immediately changed my presentation about Wicket with this
 new one http://docs.google.com/present/view?id=dhccq8r9_77c6dhxjdh ;)

 --
 Daniele Dellafiore
 http://danieledellafiore.net


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RE: Wicket used for mobile.walmart.com

2010-02-23 Thread Jeffrey Schneller
Joachim,

 

Thanks for this information.  It shows that we made the right choice with 
Wicket for a new retail site.  Also thank you for posting your components as 
open source.  Do you have any examples of how these components can and should 
be used.  In particular the jofilter, wicket-stateless, and expiring-cache.

 

Thanks.

 

Jeff

 

 

From: Joachim F. Kainz [mailto:j...@jolira.com] 
Sent: Monday, February 22, 2010 12:05 PM
To: users@wicket.apache.org
Subject: Wicket used for mobile.walmart.com

 

Fellow Wicket Users,

The question if Wicket is suitable for large enterprises has just become easier 
to answer: The largest enterprise in the world is now using Wicket for its 
mobile site. Check out mobile.walmart.com (or just point your mobile phone to 
www.walmart.com and get redirected automatically).

The reason why my client decided to go with Wicket makes it easy to support 
multiple different types of devices. The walmart mobile application supports 
different HTML for three categories of devices (L1: iPhones  challengers, L2: 
BlackBerries, L3: Plain Old Devices). These three experiences are supported by 
the same Java code on the server side.

We added a few components to Wicket, mostly because in the retail arena being 
stateless is very important. Our components are available at 
http://code.google.com/p/jolira-tools/. 
http://code.google.com/p/jolira-tools/ 

Wicket is an awesome product and I would like to thank the Wicket team for all 
there work. One day I hope to get the largest enterprise in the world to donate 
an appropriate amount of money for future development! :)

Best regards,

Joachim

http://www.jolira.com






Re: Wicket used for mobile.walmart.com

2010-02-23 Thread nino martinez wael
Hi Jeff

I can see theres a demo project for the stateless.

They all seem pretty straight forward..

regards Nino

2010/2/23 Jeffrey Schneller jeffrey.schnel...@envisa.com

 Joachim,



 Thanks for this information.  It shows that we made the right choice with
 Wicket for a new retail site.  Also thank you for posting your components as
 open source.  Do you have any examples of how these components can and
 should be used.  In particular the jofilter, wicket-stateless, and
 expiring-cache.



 Thanks.



 Jeff





 From: Joachim F. Kainz [mailto:j...@jolira.com]
 Sent: Monday, February 22, 2010 12:05 PM
 To: users@wicket.apache.org
 Subject: Wicket used for mobile.walmart.com



 Fellow Wicket Users,

 The question if Wicket is suitable for large enterprises has just become
 easier to answer: The largest enterprise in the world is now using Wicket
 for its mobile site. Check out mobile.walmart.com (or just point your
 mobile phone to www.walmart.com and get redirected automatically).

 The reason why my client decided to go with Wicket makes it easy to support
 multiple different types of devices. The walmart mobile application supports
 different HTML for three categories of devices (L1: iPhones  challengers,
 L2: BlackBerries, L3: Plain Old Devices). These three experiences are
 supported by the same Java code on the server side.

 We added a few components to Wicket, mostly because in the retail arena
 being stateless is very important. Our components are available at
 http://code.google.com/p/jolira-tools/. 
 http://code.google.com/p/jolira-tools/

 Wicket is an awesome product and I would like to thank the Wicket team for
 all there work. One day I hope to get the largest enterprise in the world to
 donate an appropriate amount of money for future development! :)

 Best regards,

 Joachim

 http://www.jolira.com







Wicket used for mobile.walmart.com

2010-02-22 Thread Joachim F. Kainz
Fellow Wicket Users,

The question if Wicket is suitable for large enterprises has just become
easier to answer: The largest enterprise in the world is now using
Wicket for its mobile site. Check out mobile.walmart.com (or just point
your mobile phone to www.walmart.com and get redirected automatically).

The reason why my client decided to go with Wicket makes it easy to
support multiple different types of devices. The walmart mobile
application supports different HTML for three categories of devices (L1:
iPhones  challengers, L2: BlackBerries, L3: Plain Old Devices). These
three experiences are supported by the same Java code on the server
side.

We added a few components to Wicket, mostly because in the retail arena
being stateless is very important. Our components are available at
http://code.google.com/p/jolira-tools/.

Wicket is an awesome product and I would like to thank the Wicket team
for all there work. One day I hope to get the largest enterprise in the
world to donate an appropriate amount of money for future
development! :)

Best regards,

Joachim

http://www.jolira.com





Re: Wicket used for mobile.walmart.com

2010-02-22 Thread Riyad Kalla
That is seriously cool Joachim, thanks for the heads up!

On Mon, Feb 22, 2010 at 10:04 AM, Joachim F. Kainz j...@jolira.com wrote:

  Fellow Wicket Users,

 The question if Wicket is suitable for large enterprises has just become
 easier to answer: The largest enterprise in the world is now using Wicket
 for its mobile site. Check out mobile.walmart.com (or just point your
 mobile phone to www.walmart.com and get redirected automatically).

 The reason why my client decided to go with Wicket makes it easy to support
 multiple different types of devices. The walmart mobile application supports
 different HTML for three categories of devices (L1: iPhones  challengers,
 L2: BlackBerries, L3: Plain Old Devices). These three experiences are
 supported by the same Java code on the server side.

 We added a few components to Wicket, mostly because in the retail arena
 being stateless is very important. Our components are available at
 http://code.google.com/p/jolira-tools/.

 Wicket is an awesome product and I would like to thank the Wicket team for
 all there work. One day I hope to get the largest enterprise in the world to
 donate an appropriate amount of money for future development! [image: :)]

 Best regards,

 Joachim

 http://www.jolira.com






Re: Wicket used for mobile.walmart.com

2010-02-22 Thread nino martinez wael
Nice.. Any load statistics? Would be nice with that kind of information.. :)

regards Nino

2010/2/22 Joachim F. Kainz j...@jolira.com

  Fellow Wicket Users,

 The question if Wicket is suitable for large enterprises has just become
 easier to answer: The largest enterprise in the world is now using Wicket
 for its mobile site. Check out mobile.walmart.com (or just point your
 mobile phone to www.walmart.com and get redirected automatically).

 The reason why my client decided to go with Wicket makes it easy to support
 multiple different types of devices. The walmart mobile application supports
 different HTML for three categories of devices (L1: iPhones  challengers,
 L2: BlackBerries, L3: Plain Old Devices). These three experiences are
 supported by the same Java code on the server side.

 We added a few components to Wicket, mostly because in the retail arena
 being stateless is very important. Our components are available at
 http://code.google.com/p/jolira-tools/.

 Wicket is an awesome product and I would like to thank the Wicket team for
 all there work. One day I hope to get the largest enterprise in the world to
 donate an appropriate amount of money for future development! [image: :)]

 Best regards,

 Joachim

 http://www.jolira.com






Re: Wicket used for mobile.walmart.com

2010-02-22 Thread Joachim F. Kainz
I am trying to get authorization to share this information.

Let me put it this way: I have also create mobile.wellsfargo.com (Wells
is one of the top three banks in the US).  The first hour of operation
of mobile.walmart.com we had significantly more traffic than during the
first month of mobile.wellsfargo.com.

I will be able to share some wicket-related profiling information, if
people are interested. I should have very good data from product
available in about a week from now.

On Mon, 2010-02-22 at 19:01 +0100, nino martinez wael wrote:

 Nice.. Any load statistics? Would be nice with that kind of information.. :)
 
 regards Nino
 
 2010/2/22 Joachim F. Kainz j...@jolira.com
 
   Fellow Wicket Users,
 
  The question if Wicket is suitable for large enterprises has just become
  easier to answer: The largest enterprise in the world is now using Wicket
  for its mobile site. Check out mobile.walmart.com (or just point your
  mobile phone to www.walmart.com and get redirected automatically).
 
  The reason why my client decided to go with Wicket makes it easy to support
  multiple different types of devices. The walmart mobile application supports
  different HTML for three categories of devices (L1: iPhones  challengers,
  L2: BlackBerries, L3: Plain Old Devices). These three experiences are
  supported by the same Java code on the server side.
 
  We added a few components to Wicket, mostly because in the retail arena
  being stateless is very important. Our components are available at
  http://code.google.com/p/jolira-tools/.
 
  Wicket is an awesome product and I would like to thank the Wicket team for
  all there work. One day I hope to get the largest enterprise in the world to
  donate an appropriate amount of money for future development! [image: :)]
 
  Best regards,
 
  Joachim
 
  http://www.jolira.com
 
 
 
 


Re: Wicket used for mobile.walmart.com

2010-02-22 Thread Riyad Kalla
Joachim,

Very very cool info. A few days ago folks were talking about slides for
convincing management of Wicket and trying to create some common slides
for folks to utilize -- information like *this* (Walmart, Wells Fargo) is a
gold-mine for those business cases for Wicket.

Would it be alright with you if that info (that wicket was deployed on those
two mobile sites) were shared in that slide set or by people trying to make
cases for Wicket in their workplace? (I assume yes since this is a public
mailing list, but want to make sure)

Best,
Riyad

On Mon, Feb 22, 2010 at 12:52 PM, Joachim F. Kainz j...@jolira.com wrote:

 I am trying to get authorization to share this information.

 Let me put it this way: I have also create mobile.wellsfargo.com (Wells
 is one of the top three banks in the US).  The first hour of operation
 of mobile.walmart.com we had significantly more traffic than during the
 first month of mobile.wellsfargo.com.

 I will be able to share some wicket-related profiling information, if
 people are interested. I should have very good data from product
 available in about a week from now.

 On Mon, 2010-02-22 at 19:01 +0100, nino martinez wael wrote:

  Nice.. Any load statistics? Would be nice with that kind of information..
 :)
 
  regards Nino
 
  2010/2/22 Joachim F. Kainz j...@jolira.com
 
Fellow Wicket Users,
  
   The question if Wicket is suitable for large enterprises has just
 become
   easier to answer: The largest enterprise in the world is now using
 Wicket
   for its mobile site. Check out mobile.walmart.com (or just point your
   mobile phone to www.walmart.com and get redirected automatically).
  
   The reason why my client decided to go with Wicket makes it easy to
 support
   multiple different types of devices. The walmart mobile application
 supports
   different HTML for three categories of devices (L1: iPhones 
 challengers,
   L2: BlackBerries, L3: Plain Old Devices). These three experiences are
   supported by the same Java code on the server side.
  
   We added a few components to Wicket, mostly because in the retail arena
   being stateless is very important. Our components are available at
   http://code.google.com/p/jolira-tools/.
  
   Wicket is an awesome product and I would like to thank the Wicket team
 for
   all there work. One day I hope to get the largest enterprise in the
 world to
   donate an appropriate amount of money for future development! [image:
 :)]
  
   Best regards,
  
   Joachim
  
   http://www.jolira.com
  
  
  
  



Re: Wicket used for mobile.walmart.com

2010-02-22 Thread Joachim F. Kainz
Riyad,

Yes, please go ahead and share this information.

Best regards,

Joachim

On Mon, 2010-02-22 at 13:50 -0700, Riyad Kalla wrote:

 Joachim,
 
 Very very cool info. A few days ago folks were talking about slides for
 convincing management of Wicket and trying to create some common slides
 for folks to utilize -- information like *this* (Walmart, Wells Fargo) is a
 gold-mine for those business cases for Wicket.
 
 Would it be alright with you if that info (that wicket was deployed on those
 two mobile sites) were shared in that slide set or by people trying to make
 cases for Wicket in their workplace? (I assume yes since this is a public
 mailing list, but want to make sure)
 
 Best,
 Riyad
 
 On Mon, Feb 22, 2010 at 12:52 PM, Joachim F. Kainz j...@jolira.com wrote:
 
  I am trying to get authorization to share this information.
 
  Let me put it this way: I have also create mobile.wellsfargo.com (Wells
  is one of the top three banks in the US).  The first hour of operation
  of mobile.walmart.com we had significantly more traffic than during the
  first month of mobile.wellsfargo.com.
 
  I will be able to share some wicket-related profiling information, if
  people are interested. I should have very good data from product
  available in about a week from now.
 
  On Mon, 2010-02-22 at 19:01 +0100, nino martinez wael wrote:
 
   Nice.. Any load statistics? Would be nice with that kind of information..
  :)
  
   regards Nino
  
   2010/2/22 Joachim F. Kainz j...@jolira.com
  
 Fellow Wicket Users,
   
The question if Wicket is suitable for large enterprises has just
  become
easier to answer: The largest enterprise in the world is now using
  Wicket
for its mobile site. Check out mobile.walmart.com (or just point your
mobile phone to www.walmart.com and get redirected automatically).
   
The reason why my client decided to go with Wicket makes it easy to
  support
multiple different types of devices. The walmart mobile application
  supports
different HTML for three categories of devices (L1: iPhones 
  challengers,
L2: BlackBerries, L3: Plain Old Devices). These three experiences are
supported by the same Java code on the server side.
   
We added a few components to Wicket, mostly because in the retail arena
being stateless is very important. Our components are available at
http://code.google.com/p/jolira-tools/.
   
Wicket is an awesome product and I would like to thank the Wicket team
  for
all there work. One day I hope to get the largest enterprise in the
  world to
donate an appropriate amount of money for future development! [image:
  :)]
   
Best regards,
   
Joachim
   
http://www.jolira.com
   
   
   
   
 


Re: Wicket used for mobile.walmart.com

2010-02-22 Thread Peter Thomas
Great, I think Riyad just put up a blog post on this.  Here's the DZone link
;)

http://www.dzone.com/links/apache_wicket_powers_mobilewalmartcom.html

On Tue, Feb 23, 2010 at 3:01 AM, Joachim F. Kainz j...@jolira.com wrote:

 Riyad,

 Yes, please go ahead and share this information.

 Best regards,

 Joachim

 On Mon, 2010-02-22 at 13:50 -0700, Riyad Kalla wrote:

  Joachim,
 
  Very very cool info. A few days ago folks were talking about slides for
  convincing management of Wicket and trying to create some common slides
  for folks to utilize -- information like *this* (Walmart, Wells Fargo) is
 a
  gold-mine for those business cases for Wicket.
 
  Would it be alright with you if that info (that wicket was deployed on
 those
  two mobile sites) were shared in that slide set or by people trying to
 make
  cases for Wicket in their workplace? (I assume yes since this is a public
  mailing list, but want to make sure)
 
  Best,
  Riyad
 
  On Mon, Feb 22, 2010 at 12:52 PM, Joachim F. Kainz j...@jolira.com
 wrote:
 
   I am trying to get authorization to share this information.
  
   Let me put it this way: I have also create mobile.wellsfargo.com(Wells
   is one of the top three banks in the US).  The first hour of operation
   of mobile.walmart.com we had significantly more traffic than during
 the
   first month of mobile.wellsfargo.com.
  
   I will be able to share some wicket-related profiling information, if
   people are interested. I should have very good data from product
   available in about a week from now.
  
   On Mon, 2010-02-22 at 19:01 +0100, nino martinez wael wrote:
  
Nice.. Any load statistics? Would be nice with that kind of
 information..
   :)
   
regards Nino
   
2010/2/22 Joachim F. Kainz j...@jolira.com
   
  Fellow Wicket Users,

 The question if Wicket is suitable for large enterprises has just
   become
 easier to answer: The largest enterprise in the world is now using
   Wicket
 for its mobile site. Check out mobile.walmart.com (or just point
 your
 mobile phone to www.walmart.com and get redirected automatically).

 The reason why my client decided to go with Wicket makes it easy to
   support
 multiple different types of devices. The walmart mobile application
   supports
 different HTML for three categories of devices (L1: iPhones 
   challengers,
 L2: BlackBerries, L3: Plain Old Devices). These three experiences
 are
 supported by the same Java code on the server side.

 We added a few components to Wicket, mostly because in the retail
 arena
 being stateless is very important. Our components are available at
 http://code.google.com/p/jolira-tools/.

 Wicket is an awesome product and I would like to thank the Wicket
 team
   for
 all there work. One day I hope to get the largest enterprise in the
   world to
 donate an appropriate amount of money for future development!
 [image:
   :)]

 Best regards,

 Joachim

 http://www.jolira.com




  



Re: Wicket used for mobile.walmart.com

2010-02-22 Thread Riyad Kalla
Peter, yep that's the one, thanks for sharing it. I'm always wary of kicking
my own links out to lists and seeming pushy ;)

On Mon, Feb 22, 2010 at 8:55 PM, Peter Thomas ptrtho...@gmail.com wrote:

 Great, I think Riyad just put up a blog post on this.  Here's the DZone
 link
 ;)

 http://www.dzone.com/links/apache_wicket_powers_mobilewalmartcom.html

 On Tue, Feb 23, 2010 at 3:01 AM, Joachim F. Kainz j...@jolira.com wrote:

  Riyad,
 
  Yes, please go ahead and share this information.
 
  Best regards,
 
  Joachim
 
  On Mon, 2010-02-22 at 13:50 -0700, Riyad Kalla wrote:
 
   Joachim,
  
   Very very cool info. A few days ago folks were talking about slides for
   convincing management of Wicket and trying to create some common
 slides
   for folks to utilize -- information like *this* (Walmart, Wells Fargo)
 is
  a
   gold-mine for those business cases for Wicket.
  
   Would it be alright with you if that info (that wicket was deployed on
  those
   two mobile sites) were shared in that slide set or by people trying to
  make
   cases for Wicket in their workplace? (I assume yes since this is a
 public
   mailing list, but want to make sure)
  
   Best,
   Riyad
  
   On Mon, Feb 22, 2010 at 12:52 PM, Joachim F. Kainz j...@jolira.com
  wrote:
  
I am trying to get authorization to share this information.
   
Let me put it this way: I have also create mobile.wellsfargo.com
 (Wells
is one of the top three banks in the US).  The first hour of
 operation
of mobile.walmart.com we had significantly more traffic than during
  the
first month of mobile.wellsfargo.com.
   
I will be able to share some wicket-related profiling information, if
people are interested. I should have very good data from product
available in about a week from now.
   
On Mon, 2010-02-22 at 19:01 +0100, nino martinez wael wrote:
   
 Nice.. Any load statistics? Would be nice with that kind of
  information..
:)

 regards Nino

 2010/2/22 Joachim F. Kainz j...@jolira.com

   Fellow Wicket Users,
 
  The question if Wicket is suitable for large enterprises has just
become
  easier to answer: The largest enterprise in the world is now
 using
Wicket
  for its mobile site. Check out mobile.walmart.com (or just point
  your
  mobile phone to www.walmart.com and get redirected
 automatically).
 
  The reason why my client decided to go with Wicket makes it easy
 to
support
  multiple different types of devices. The walmart mobile
 application
supports
  different HTML for three categories of devices (L1: iPhones 
challengers,
  L2: BlackBerries, L3: Plain Old Devices). These three experiences
  are
  supported by the same Java code on the server side.
 
  We added a few components to Wicket, mostly because in the retail
  arena
  being stateless is very important. Our components are available
 at
  http://code.google.com/p/jolira-tools/.
 
  Wicket is an awesome product and I would like to thank the Wicket
  team
for
  all there work. One day I hope to get the largest enterprise in
 the
world to
  donate an appropriate amount of money for future development!
  [image:
:)]
 
  Best regards,
 
  Joachim
 
  http://www.jolira.com