Hi All, Since wicket 7 I see that index-based methods in MarkupContainer have been deprecated.
We use those methods in some of our list editors - components that allow editing of lists of entities inside a form which provides ordering (move an item up & down). The beauty of the current methods is that we easily have very fast re-renders of complex editors, since we can swap the items on the server-side, and swap them on the client side too, and don’t have to rerender the entire list component. I know wicket 8 is quite a while away still, but would like to know what the preferred way of building such editors will be when wicket 8 comes out. Since it will not be possible anymore to access elements by index and swap them, the only alternative we see is to re-render the entire list component - which means it will also have to be a “soft” form submit to not lose any input. Any ideas? Met vriendelijke groet, Kind regards, Bas