Reorganized & Simplified Wicket Support
By Geertjan-Oracle on Apr 28, 2008
And when the user finishes the wizard, they will see exactly this, i.e., the source package folder will be open automatically and the HomePage class will be open in the editor, because that's probably the first place where you'll start coding. A default model setting is defined in the generated HomePage class and the org.apache.wicket.markup.html.resources.StyleSheetReference class is used in the BasePage class, to provide localized CSS support. Notice below also that the default names of the generated files have been changed and simplified, so that it's easier to see what's what, especially if you have some Wicket background:
For example, as you can see, pages and panels are easily distinguishable, now, because the name of the generated file (by default, anyway) contains the related info in this regard. Finally, no index.jsp is created, for the first time. The IDE's Frameworks support creates an index.jsp file by default, if no welcome file element is defined in the web.xml file by the module. So, I defined a welcome file element (even though it isn't used by Wicket) and so now the index.jsp is no longer created.
I need to do a bit more work on the module, such as upgrading the libraries to Wicket 3.3 (which fixes at least one important Ajax-related bug that I am aware of) and I'm hoping to have committed all my changes to CVS by the time JavaOne begins.