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Easy Ajax with the Google Web Toolkit



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GWT in Action: Easy Ajax with the Google Web Toolkit by Robert Hanson
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This book will show Java developers how to use the Google Web Toolkit (GWT) to rapidly create rich web-based applications using their existing skills. It will cover the full development cycle, from setting up your development environment, to building the application, then deploying it to the web server. The entire core GWT library will be discussed, with details and examples on how it can be extended. The Web is experiencing a new and exciting growth, with a strong emphasis on rich web-based applications. These applications suffer from being difficult to build because they require knowledge of numerous browser incompatibilities, are difficult to debug, and require the use of JavaScript, a language which lacks sophisticated object-oriented structures and static typing. GWT overcomes these shortcomings by bringing rich web-clients to Java. This book will show Java developers how to take advantage of this exciting new technology, and allow them to build the next generation of rich web-based applications.

Author Biography

Robert Hanson is an Internet application maintenance specialist dealing with a host of different languages, databases, platforms, and frameworks. He has been programming professionally for over 10 years, half of which has been spent maintaining and enhancing existing web applications. Robert is the maintainer of the popular open-source project, GWT Widget Library, a collection of tools and widgets for the Google Web Toolkit. Adam Tacy is an IT consultant with a track record of delivering Java applications across the energy and automobile industries. He is involved in evaluating and bringing structure to new development technologies, often in early adopter projects as the project manager. Adam has contributed a number of widgets to the GWT Widget Library.
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June 7th, 2007
Country of Publication
United States
Manning Publications
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