visural-wicket 0.5 released - ready for action!
Published Wed, 24 Feb 2010 • 6 comments
I've been working hard the past couple of weeks on getting the visural-wicket open source project I started ready for wider use. I really think there is some cool and useful stuff in this project that the Wicket community could benefit from, so I've worked very hard on getting the project into a fairly mature state for release.
- I've added Javadocs to the source for all the major pieces of functionality
- I've created an example application which demos all the key features and how to use them
- The example application is deployed LIVE on Google App Engine
- I've done a lot of testing on each component across all the major browsers
- Lots of bug-fixes and corner cases fixed
- Some reconsideration and tweaking of the API to reduce the likelihood of future changes as much as possible
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Richard Nichols is an Australian software engineer with a passion for making things.
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