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Wicket in Action by Eelco Hillenius, Martijn Dashorst

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Chapter 14. Putting your application into production

In this chapter:

  • Testing your web user interface
  • Providing pretty URLs for visitors and search engines
  • Configuring your application for optimal performance
  • Monitoring your application in production

The goal of any web application is ultimately to make a profit. Some of you may be familiar with the four-step Web 2.0 profitable business plan:

  1. Build a web application.
  2. Put the application into production.
  3. . . .
  4. Profit!

The previous chapters focused on the first step: how to build your application. You learned about using and creating components, working with databases, processing user input, securing your application, and attracting an international crowd.

This chapter begins with ...

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