You can develop new Web applications, and customize the portal-template applications to support your mobile-banking needs. To build Web applications, you should understand the basics of Web page design and the Apache Wicket Web page framework, and have a good working knowledge of HTML formatting.
- Builds on the Apache Wicket framework, focusing on reuse
- Simplifies development and customization
- Increases flexibility and standardization
- Page layout – available types of page layouts and general principals to apply to all pages.
- Application configuration – how to add Web applications to the unified environment.
- Application customization – basic steps for including customized functions in the unified environment.
- Style guidelines – how to apply individual style elements to common HTML components.
- Localization guidelines – how to organize text resources related to localization, and best practices for managing text labels.
- If an authenticated Wicket Web session does not exist, users are directed to the application sign-on page, which is defined by ApplicationLoginPage.class.
- Once users are authenticated, they are directed to the application home page, which is defined by ApplicationHomePage.class.
Because Wicket defines an application-specific home page, the base-application home page identifies roles that are associated with the logged-in user, and redirects the user to the appropriate application home page.