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Summary

GWT in Action, Second Edition is a completely revised edition of the best-selling GWT book. It covers the new features introduced in GWT 2.4 and 2.5, as well as the best development practices that have emerged in the GWT community. It begins with a rapid-fire introduction to GWT and Ajax to get you up to speed with GWT concepts and tools. Then, you'll explore key concepts like managing events, interacting with the server, creating UI components, building your user interface declaratively using UiBinder ... and more.

About the Technology

Google Web Toolkit works on a simple idea. Write your web application in Java, and GWT crosscompiles it into JavaScript. It is open source, supported by Google, and version 2.5 now includes a library of high-quality interface components and productivity tools that make using GWT a snap. The JavaScript it produces is really good.

About this Book

GWT in Action, Second Edition is a revised edition of the best-selling GWT book. In it, you'll explore key concepts like managing events, interacting with the server, and creating UI components. As you move through its engaging examples, you'll absorb the latest thinking in application design and industry-grade best practices, such as implementing MVP, using dependency injection, and code optimization.

Written for Java developers, the book requires no prior knowledge of GWT.

Purchase of the print book comes with an offer of a free PDF, ePub, and Kindle eBook from Manning. Also available is all code from the book.

What's Inside

  • Covers GWT 2.4 and up
  • Efficient use of large data sets
  • Optimizing with client bundles, deferred binding, and code splitting
  • Using generators and dependency injection

About the Authors

Adam Tacy and Robert Hanson coauthored the first edition of GWT in Action. Jason Essington is a Java developer and an active contributor to the GWT mailing list and the GWT IRC channel. Anna Tökke is a programmer and solutions architect working with GWT on a daily basis.

Table of Contents

    PART 1 BASICS
  1. GWT
  2. Building a GWT application: saying "Hello World!"
  3. Building a GWT application: enhancing Hello World
  4. PART 2 NEXT STEPS
  5. Creating your own widgets
  6. Using client bundles
  7. Interface design with UiBinder
  8. Communicating with GWT-RPC
  9. Using RequestFactory
  10. The Editor framework
  11. Data-presentation (cell) widgets
  12. Using JSNI—JavaScript Native Interface
  13. Classic Ajax and HTML forms
  14. Internationalization, localization, and accessibility
  15. PART 3 ADVANCED
  16. Advanced event handling and event busses
  17. Building MVP-based applications
  18. Dependency injection
  19. Deferred binding
  20. Generators
  21. Metrics and code splitting

Synopsis:

Google Web Toolkit, or GWT, works on a simple, but powerful idea. You write a web application in Java and GWT cross-compiles it into JavaScript. This free, open source collection of tools is both supported and used by Google. The latest version, GWT 2.4, includes a library of high-quality interface components, an easy-to-use designer, and productivity tools that make using GWT a snap. And yes, the JavaScript it produces is really, really good.

GWT in Action, Second Edition is a completely revised edition of the best-selling GWT book. It covers all the new features introduced in GWT 2, as well as the best development practices that have emerged in the GWT community. It begins with a rapid-fire introduction to GWT and Ajax to get you up to speed with GWT concepts and tools. Then, you'll explore key concepts like managing events, interacting with the server, creating UI components, building your user interface declaratively using UiBinder and more.

As you move through the engaging examples, you'll pick up the skills you need to stay ahead of the pack. You'll absorb the latest thinking in application design and industry-grade best practices, such as implementing MVP, using Dependency Injection, and code optimization.

What's Inside

  • Creating and understanding GWT applications
  • Communicating with GWT-RPC, HTTPRequest, RequestBuilder, JSONRequestBuilder, FormPanel
  • Using the powerful new UiBinder to declaratively build interfaces
  • Implementing efficient views of large data sets and using GWT Editors
  • Optimizing your application with client bundles, deferred binding, and code splitting
  • Reducing the amount of code you need to write using Generators and Dependency Injection
  • Make your GWT app flexible, supportable and internationalized

Google designed GWT to make it easier to build and maintain large-scale web apps. This book will show you how. This book is written for Java developers, but no prior experience with GWT is required.

Purchase of the print book comes with an offer of a free PDF, ePub, and Kindle eBook from Manning. Also available is all code from the book.

Synopsis:

The Google Web Toolkit allows developers to create perfectly optimized JavaScript Ajax applications. The complexity of web applications can be pushed, and development and maintenance costs reduced by harnessing the tooling advantages of Java and by letting GWT generate the JavaScript application code.

GWT in Action, Second Edition is a detailed tutorial that covers the powerful Google Web Toolkit. It begins with a rapid-fire introduction to GWT and Ajax, then moves on to key elements of GWT such as widgets, events, history and debugging. It discusses the latest thinking in application design and best practices, such as MVP, Dependency Injection, and Optimization. By the end of the book, developers will have the knowledge they need to deliver the functionality of their next project more quickly and efficiently.

About the Author

Chris Ramsdale has lived and worked in the Atlanta area for the past 13 years. Chris has worked as a Software Engineer, Tech Lead and Product Manager. His current endeavor is working within Google's Developer Relations team to develop and advocate GWT best practices.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781935182849
Author:
Tacy, Adam
Publisher:
Manning Publications
Author:
Hanson, Robert
Author:
Ramsdale, Christopher
Author:
Tokke, Anna
Author:
Essington, Jason
Author:
Bambury, Ian
Subject:
Programming Languages - CGI, Javascript, Perl, VBScript
Subject:
Computer Languages-XML
Subject:
CSS;GWT;GWT in Action;Google Web Toolkit;HTML5;JSNI;JSON;MVP;RequestBuilder;UI Binder;XML;client bundle;code generator;data presentation widgets;deferred binding;event bus;event handling;examples;internalization;testing;tutorial;widgets
Subject:
CSS;GWT;GWT in Action;Google Web Toolkit;HTML5;JSNI;JSON;MVP;RequestBuilder;UI Binder;XML;client bundle;code generator;data presentation widgets;deferred binding;event bus;event handling;examples;internalization;testing;tutorial;widgets
Subject:
CSS;GWT;GWT in Action;Google Web Toolkit;HTML5;JSNI;JSON;MVP;RequestBuilder;UI Binder;XML;client bundle;code generator;data presentation widgets;deferred binding;event bus;event handling;examples;internalization;testing;tutorial;widgets
Subject:
CSS;GWT;GWT in Action;Google Web Toolkit;HTML5;JSNI;JSON;MVP;RequestBuilder;UI Binder;XML;client bundle;code generator;data presentation widgets;deferred binding;event bus;event handling;examples;internalization;testing;tutorial;widgets
Subject:
CSS;GWT;GWT in Action;Google Web Toolkit;HTML5;JSNI;JSON;MVP;RequestBuilder;UI Binder;XML;client bundle;code generator;data presentation widgets;deferred binding;event bus;event handling;examples;internalization;testing;tutorial;widgets
Subject:
CSS;GWT;GWT in Action;Google Web Toolkit;HTML5;JSNI;JSON;MVP;RequestBuilder;UI Binder;XML;client bundle;code generator;data presentation widgets;deferred binding;event bus;event handling;examples;internalization;testing;tutorial;widgets
Subject:
CSS;GWT;GWT in Action;Google Web Toolkit;HTML5;JSNI;JSON;MVP;RequestBuilder;UI Binder;XML;client bundle;code generator;data presentation widgets;deferred binding;event bus;event handling;examples;internalization;testing;tutorial;widgets
Subject:
CSS;GWT;GWT in Action;Google Web Toolkit;HTML5;JSNI;JSON;MVP;RequestBuilder;UI Binder;XML;client bundle;code generator;data presentation widgets;deferred binding;event bus;event handling;examples;internalization;testing;tutorial;widgets
Edition Description:
Second Edition
Publication Date:
20130231
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Pages:
680
Dimensions:
9.25 x 7.38 in

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Google Web Toolkit, or GWT, works on a simple, but powerful idea. You write a web application in Java and GWT cross-compiles it into JavaScript. This free, open source collection of tools is both supported and used by Google. The latest version, GWT 2.4, includes a library of high-quality interface components, an easy-to-use designer, and productivity tools that make using GWT a snap. And yes, the JavaScript it produces is really, really good.

GWT in Action, Second Edition is a completely revised edition of the best-selling GWT book. It covers all the new features introduced in GWT 2, as well as the best development practices that have emerged in the GWT community. It begins with a rapid-fire introduction to GWT and Ajax to get you up to speed with GWT concepts and tools. Then, you'll explore key concepts like managing events, interacting with the server, creating UI components, building your user interface declaratively using UiBinder and more.

As you move through the engaging examples, you'll pick up the skills you need to stay ahead of the pack. You'll absorb the latest thinking in application design and industry-grade best practices, such as implementing MVP, using Dependency Injection, and code optimization.

What's Inside

  • Creating and understanding GWT applications
  • Communicating with GWT-RPC, HTTPRequest, RequestBuilder, JSONRequestBuilder, FormPanel
  • Using the powerful new UiBinder to declaratively build interfaces
  • Implementing efficient views of large data sets and using GWT Editors
  • Optimizing your application with client bundles, deferred binding, and code splitting
  • Reducing the amount of code you need to write using Generators and Dependency Injection
  • Make your GWT app flexible, supportable and internationalized

Google designed GWT to make it easier to build and maintain large-scale web apps. This book will show you how. This book is written for Java developers, but no prior experience with GWT is required.

Purchase of the print book comes with an offer of a free PDF, ePub, and Kindle eBook from Manning. Also available is all code from the book.

"Synopsis" by ,

The Google Web Toolkit allows developers to create perfectly optimized JavaScript Ajax applications. The complexity of web applications can be pushed, and development and maintenance costs reduced by harnessing the tooling advantages of Java and by letting GWT generate the JavaScript application code.

GWT in Action, Second Edition is a detailed tutorial that covers the powerful Google Web Toolkit. It begins with a rapid-fire introduction to GWT and Ajax, then moves on to key elements of GWT such as widgets, events, history and debugging. It discusses the latest thinking in application design and best practices, such as MVP, Dependency Injection, and Optimization. By the end of the book, developers will have the knowledge they need to deliver the functionality of their next project more quickly and efficiently.

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