An example that demonstrates how to use third-party components written in JavaScript in Wicket application.
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Cool Button example

An example that demonstrates how to use third-party JavaScript component in Wicket application.

This code example was written for my blog post (in Russian) here:

http://www.shafranov.net/blog/2012/05/13/wicket-javascript/

Dependencies

Project was developed using Apache Wicket 1.5.4.

Usage

If you want to see how everything really works then you should:

  1. add source code to your Wicket application (for example, as utility project),

  2. mount CoolButtonPage class in your application's class init() method:

    mountPage("/cool-button", CoolButtonPage.class);

License

This example is licensed under the MIT License.