Wicket is a Java web application framework that takes simplicity, separation of concerns and ease of development to a whole new level. Wicket pages can be mocked up, previewed and later revised using standard WYSIWYG HTML design tools. Dynamic content processing and form handling is all handled in Java code using a first-class component model backed by POJO data beans that can easily be persisted using your favourite technology.
NB. this is the documentation of a fixed release. The latest and greatest of Wicket can be found at our main project page .
A minor bugfix release has been issued for PageableListViewNavigation. The 1.0.3 version doesn't have any other improvements or fixes.
If you are using Wicket 1.0 and use the
PageableListViewNavigator, then we advise you to upgrade to this
version. Note that when you upgrade from 1.0.1, you may experience some backwards
incompatibilities, as outlined in the 1.0.2 release notes.
The Wicket development team has released the second maintenance release of the Wicket 1.0 branch. This release fixes some bugs, and with that introduces one API breaking change:
IResourceStreamLocatorinterface, where the
locatemethod now takes a
ClassLoaderas an extra parameter. Passing in
nullwill use the context classloader.
So while this is a maintenance release, please make sure your code still compiles with this release.
The Wicket development team has released the first (and probably last) maintenance release of Wicket 1.0. This release fixes some bugs and adds some missing functionality:
The Wicket development team has made the 1.0 final release available for immediate download. This release marks a huge milestone in the development cycle of Wicket. Go to the downloads page to download Wicket 1.0!
We are preparing a media campaign for Wicket 1.0. So you may find us in the media soon. Keep an eye out for Wicket!
See the news archive for more (older) news.