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Hi,
I am new to wicket.I am going to start it from scratch but not able to get proper links(help) for wicket along with tutorial.
And books are also not avail in market.
Can you suggest me some linka and book name.

Thanks in advance.
 
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Originally posted by swapnilw wadaganve:
Hi,
I am new to wicket.I am going to start it from scratch but not able to get proper links(help) for wicket along with tutorial.
And books are also not avail in market.
Can you suggest me some linka and book name.

Thanks in advance.



If you searched this forum you'd have come across Wicket in Action. The Wicket website has tutorials, examples, a filled wiki, online examples. The Wicket distribution includes a war with examples and the full source code. The Wicket website has a whole page dedicated to Wicket books.

Google is your friend: http://google.com/search?q=apache+wicket+books.
 
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