Any (open source) project exists solely because a community wants to support it. The Wicket community consists of the users and developers. There are many who want to share their experiences with Wicket and do so on the mailing lists, on several online media portals (for example The ServerSide and JavaLobby), and on their blogs.
Here is a list of regular Wicket bloggers, consisting of core contributers and enthusiastic users.
- Wicket in Action - Igor Vaynberg, Martijn Dashorst
- Chillenious! - Eelco Hillenius
- Jonathan - Jonathan Locke
- Here be beasties - Al Maw
- Jeremy Thomerson - Jeremy Thomerson
- Codierspiel - Nathan Hamblen (runs on Wicket)
- System Mobile - Nick Heudecker
- Wicket Praxis - Michael Mosmann
- Mystic Coders - Andrew Lombardi
Get your blog listed!
If you think your blog is missing, then please send a message to one of the core contributors or the mailinglist. In the mean time you can add your blog to our wiki’s special blog page.