Roo + Wicket ?
Is it possible to use roo with a Wicket/Spring stack (without Spring MVC)?
I'm imagining that I could use roo to generate the business/persistence objects and use Wicket mainly in the presentation layer. What do you think?
Or maybe I have to have patience with a wicket add-on:
I hope to get the best from a component framework (Wicket) and roo...
Any input is appreciated!
It is great to see that a Roo Wicket integration addon is underway. Maybe you can get in contact with the project owner of that project and help out with his efforts?
For my understanding, the Wicket is one of very few stateful Java based web frameworks (another I know is Seam). The Roo comes with Spring MVC which is stateless. The application structure are different between based on a stateful and based on a stateless one. The classic layers are resistance, server, controller for the stateless while a different structure for stateful. I don't know the difference impact on the integration. Just a thought.