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hi Martijn and Eelco

Have you described how to use Wicket Wasp and Swarm ?

Did you use them in your cheese shop application ?
 
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Originally posted by Maris Orbidans:
Have you described how to use Wicket Wasp and Swarm ?

Did you use them in your cheese shop application ?



Did Maurice threaten you to ask this question? (Maurice is the author of Wasp and Swarm and a coworker of mine)

We have focussed on how Wicket implements security, and used the core auth-roles project as an example. The swarm/wasp projects will become part of Wicket core in the foreseeable future, but unfortunately they are too new to include in the book. In my opinion you will be able to use swarm/wasp fairly quickly based on the fundamental security knowledge you gain from Wicket in Action.
 
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