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I will have a look at images - how they can be handled.
I will go for the changes during this week and finalize the component.
For that, be aware that the page component hierarchy is to be respected.
For example, if you a textarea in a form, you'll have to declare... So, in your Home page, add a form, a textarea and a button : As you can notice, it's some pure html but the wicket:id attribute.
2- That behaviour should have the machinery to create all client side code from server side... 3- Additional roll out ad form component panel with 3.1 A hidden input to store text inside the component 3.2 A div for the Behavior in A. Tune the behaviour to make it store contents on hidden input field.
4- Maybe roll an Wicket/AJAX powered version of the behavior in 1?
@martin-g - I will modify the code the way that it is handled like a Form Component.
Only some basic knowledge of Java and html are needed.However, to get it running right from the start, the jetty webserver is embedded as well. Thus you can directly launch and use the sample application, without the burden of having to install a webserver. This allows a more fine grained way of telling which paths are part of the web application, allowing to put multiple kind of files on the same webserver even if some of them aren't managed by Wicket.Furthermore, the turnaround time (time of restart) of Jetty is pretty low (I had read that it was among the shortest... It's all you need to have your first Wicket application running !Bright as you are, you now have a rough idea of how Wicket is working.However, you've been told plenty of times that Wicket allows painless Ajax and you want to test it barehanded. We'll do it on a basic but pertinent need : an autosaved ajax textfield.