Tobias Soloschenko wrote
> I think because Wicket uses HTML5 and Java you can combine JS Frameworks
> with many of the features of Wicket. Example: Because you have a java
> backend you can build a rest API with wicket-rest-annotations and
> configure your Angular JS to work with it - if you have a page change you
> could use Wicket components and even the pages could be served with Wicket
> containing the Angular content.

Yes, we can embed some components from React or Angular if this works. But
again maintaining compatibility over release cycles is an issue..  If there
was some built in mechanism in wicket, it would be ideal. 

Is any one attending this conf ? ApacheCon Europe 2016

May be he might touch up on these topics ? If any one attend, please post .. 

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