Wicket is a Java web application framework that takes simplicity,
separation of concerns and ease of development to a whole new level.
Wicket pages can be mocked up, previewed and later revised using
standard WYSIWYG HTML design tools. Dynamic content processing and
form handling is all handled in Java code using a first-class
component model backed by POJO data beans that can easily be
persisted using your favorite technology.
A module that provides dependencies to all core submodules needed to
run Wicket application. This way Maven users can depend only on this
module without bothering that Wicket core depends on several modules.
Plugin that provides some utilities for GWT development, like hot reload/SDM on GWT sources outside the current maven project - i.e.. in an arbitrary location on filesystem, and GWT module hierarchy analyzer
The Google API Libraries for Google Web Toolkit is a collection of libraries that provide Java language bindings
The Google Web Toolkit (GWT) Incubator fosters additional widgets and libraries for GWT before they are added to
the core toolkit. The project is managed by the GWT engineering team at Google, and is used as a place to share,
discuss, and vet future or speculative GWT features. Future releases of GWT may or may not use these features,
but you are welcome to pull them from here to use today.
This is a wrapper project for the web-fragment.xml file that sets productionMode=true. When this jar is
added to the classpath of a web application, it will run in production mode automatically. This is better
used in conjunction with the compilation and minification of resources for production deployment. See
the documentation about ES5 compilation and resource minification at
https://vaadin.com/docs/v10/flow/web-components/tutorial-webcomponents-es5.html for more