I must admit that I agree with you. While I think Wicket is a
great framework, the documentation is not up to par. This tool seems a
little too elitist. "If you're strong enough you will find
a great framework." It's a shame because even if the mailing list is very
effective it slows down the adoption of wicket.

2011/11/17 geraldkw <geral...@gmail.com>

> "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.
> geraldkw
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