People say that support for Windows has become pretty good these days so it should work there too. Since recently Wicket itself uses the solution described above to execute its Java Script unit tests. However, sometimes Apache Wicket code become damn verbose.
Wicket in Action was powered by a self-hosted Wordpress installation since the beginning of this blog in 2008. I always figured that it was more important to write content, not the backend software.Note: there is a Gradle plugin in the works by the same author!At my Git Hub account you may find a demo application that uses Less to create the CSS resources and JSHint and Uglify JS to lint and minimize the Java Script resources.This panel, contains an Ajax Self Updating Timer Behavior that takes care of repainting the panel to show tasks progress.There are other user interactions, like creating new tasks and pruning "dead" tasks, but we will not get into the details.