after i played 3
days with wicket, its time to come to a small conlcsion. To have it short,
ill just write the pro and cons in my opinion. Later on i describe a problem i
have with the mount i applied to the navomatic demo
+ good idea and
+ intuitive and easy
+ few code needed
documentation isn worth the word...
(wiki tells you
things that dont work, are deprecated etc - has anyone a clue what is the
non-deprecated alternative to getSettings() ??? )
- wicket Markup output is on by default (pls care for VALID
looks nice, but try to find sth. specific on it is horrific (e.g. Wicket Library
under Related Projets instead under Documentation... as a newbie i want docs and
didnt think a minute for any additional projects)
- mount seems broken
completely if you use more than 1 package
i programmed the
navomatic border example found on http://wicket.sourceforge.net/ExampleNavomatic.html and
enhanced it with a fourth page (page4) wich lies in a subpackage (my default is
de.navo, where navomatic, page1/page2/page3 are and the package de.navo.test
helds the page4).
I then created the
init this way (i saw this recommended on javalobby and it makes sense to me, as
i like putting things in a hirarchical way and ordered by their use
try 2 was
public void init()
the first 3 pages work as intended, however on page4 all the links become
untouched again and present the dummy text....
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