Video: NetBeans IDE 7.1, Wicket 1.5.3, and Maven
By Geertjan on Dec 30, 2011
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There's an experimental feature not included in the screencast, probably the most interesting feature, a Wicket parser that notifies you when Wicket IDs don't match:
Also, contrary to what I say in the screencast, if you use the Wicket Quick Start Maven archetype, i.e., the official Maven archetype provided by the Wicket project, the features above will also be available. However, that archetype appears to be using Wicket 1.3.2 libraries, unlike what you get when you use the NetBeans Wicket plugin to generate your project.
The screencast is entitled "Part 1" because there are more parts coming. This intro doesn't really show how to leverage Wicket, since it mostly focuses on NetBeans features for doing so. In future screencasts, I'll focus more on real end to end application scenarios via Wicket.