First ofc all I do not see any need to convince you you can take it or leave 
it. 1 there is an awesome set of examples if you search for wicket examples, 
also there are a lot of other extensions or plug ins in wicket extensions , 
wicket stuff, wi query j query that support all ajax functionality. This forum 
as you noticed is great to get place to get answers. As far as not having as 
extensive of documentation wicket is relatively newer so obviously it will take 
a bit.
------Original Message------
From: geraldkw
Subject: Re: Apache Wicket is a Flawed Framework
Sent: Nov 17, 2011 12:05 PM

"This is not an april fool's day, it is just an opinion of an inexperienced
developer. "

This illustrates one of the traditional logical fallacies. If you can't
effectively attack the argument, attack the speaker.

My biggest problem with Wicket is that I haven't found any documentation on
the web that really lets me get a solid grasp on the key concepts. I read a
lot of poorly written "documentation", weak examples and forum posts dealing
with something that is only vaguely related to my goals, maybe learn a
fragment of useful info, and then suffer while trying to apply it.

I haven't looked a Wicket in Action or other Wicket Books, but I have not
heard good things. Also, this is the Internet Age and this is web
programming. I have no problem finding documentation on other web
programming languages/frameworks like I do with Wicket. 

If I am wrong, point me to some solid learning materials, and you stand a
chance of changing my mind.


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