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Google Web Toolkit project allows you to build AJAX apps in the Java language. What is Google Web Toolkit? Google Web Toolkit (G
Google Web Toolkit project allows you to build AJAX apps in the Java language.
What is Google Web Toolkit?
Here's the GWT development cycle:
Use your favorite Java IDE to write and debug an application in the Java language, using as many (or as few) GWT libraries as you find useful.
Confirm that your application works in each browser that you want to support, which usually takes no additional work.
Java technologies offer a productive development plaform, and with GWT, they can instantly become the basis of your AJAX development platform as well. Here are some of the benefits of developing with GWT:
You can use all of your favorite Java development tools (Eclipse, IntelliJ, JProfiler, JUnit) for AJAX development.
Automated Java refactoring is pretty snazzy these days. Java-based OO designs are easier to communicate and understand, thus making your AJAX code base more comprehensible with less documentation.
Here are some key features of "Google Web Toolkit":
Dynamic, reusable UI components
Create a Widget by compositing other Widgets. Lay out Widgets automatically in Panels. Send your Widget to other developers in a JAR file.
Really simple RPC
To communicate from your web application to your web server, you just need to define serializable Java classes for your request and response. In production, GWT automatically serializes the request and deserializes the response from the server. GWT's RPC mechanism can even handle polymorphic class hierarchies, and you can throw exceptions across the wire.
Browser history management
No, AJAX applications don't need to break the browser's back button. GWT lets you make your site more usable by easily adding state to the browser's back button history.
Your GWT applications automatically support IE, Firefox, Mozilla, Safari, and Opera with no browser detection or special-casing within your code in most cases.
Interoperability and fine-grained control
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