An example use case would be that you could use it to (temporarily) fix a bug in a system (not necessarily owned by you) until the official next release comes out.
- Eight architectural styles described. Handy overview including which one could be when appropriate.
- Summary of migration project from JDBC to Hibernate. Valid comment at the bottom is that iBatis might be a better solution when you have to work from an existing schema.
- Additional tips and articles for the Wicket in Action book. For example this article on how to do a partial Ajax repaint of newly created repeater items (e.g adding 1 row dynamically to a table or list with a "+" button). This in contrast to rendering all rows in a table when repainting the WebMarkupContainer as in the example described here.