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heh, i was rewriting some webwork2 code in wicket .. i found my coding to be exceedingly happy


Yea. I sometimes have a hard time wrapping my head around some concepts... just to realise I didn't pay enough attention to the javadocs (duh!)... but over all it is the most empowering framework I have used.



This would all be so much easier if I was starting from a clean slate rather than trying to migrate my old JSP-based app bit-by-bit.

It's astonishingly great that the JSP and Wicket apps are actually integrating in terms of security, etc.

I mean, I've probably spent about eight hours on this so far in total.

And it's already all working, with parallel navigation structures, auth sign-in, etc. etc.

And I've already replicated across about five pages, with Hibernate list-view components, etc.

(This being completely from scratch as a wicket newbie)

I think it took me eight hours just to make Tapestry update a database object and save it.

Here's a quote for your wicket buzz page: "Wicket has a learning flat. – Al"

I.e. it would be a curve, but...