Maybe I am not following the right forums but I think JBoss Forge didn't
gain much attention.
I think doing a Yeoman generator for the same tasks + providing setup
(Grunt/Gulp/Brocolli) for generating JS (from
CoffeeScript/Dart/TypeScript/...) and CSS (from LESS/SCSS/Stylus/...),
minification (by using UglifyJS), bundle generation (usemin/useref/...),
CSS optimization (with UNCSS), etc. would be much cooler.

All this would require writing JavaScript instead of Java but the Node.js
ecosystem for this kind of tasks is much better than what is available in

Martin Grigorov
Wicket Training and Consulting

On Fri, Mar 28, 2014 at 1:20 PM, David Beer <david.m.b...@gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi All
> I am thinking of creating a JBoss Forge Plugin for wicket. The idea being
> that it would help create a  base project with the Filter set the Home Page
> and a Base Page to work from. It would also provide the ability to create a
> new Page which would include creating Java source and HTML, the same would
> also be done for creating a panel and other commonly used parts.
> What do people think? Any suggestions on Features.
> Thanks
> David

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