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Pro Wicket gets you quickly up and running with the framework. You will learn how to configure Wicket incrementally at your own pace, and be introduced to the attractively simple ‘wicket-way’ of addressing web development requirements.
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Keywords »HTML - Java - Open Source - Spring Framework - Swing - design - development - object - object orientation - productivity - programming - validation