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Apache Wicket with Lambda Expressions

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What’s up? :) I’ve been working on some projects that thankfully use Apache Wicket for the presentation layer. It naturally occurred to me how Java’s 8 lambda expressions fit perfectly with Wicket. And not just me, the Wicket team seems to be already working on changing the API to provide support for lambdas out of the box. This article will ...

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A clean approach to Wicket models

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One of the core concepts of Apache Wicket web framework is the model and IModel as its programming interface. Wicket components rely heavily on models, which makes them important pieces of the architecture. Apache Wicket is stateful framework that stores the pages and their components to a page store that usually resides in the HTTP session. Components create the public facing view from the ...

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Apache Wicket: Remember Me functionality

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It is quite common in web applications to have “Remember Me” functionality that allows user to be automatically logged in each time when he visits our website. Such feature can be implemented using Spring Security, but in my opinion using request based authentication framework with component based web framework is not the best idea. These two worlds just do not ...

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