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Accelerated Gwt: Building Enterprise Google Web Toolkit Applicationsby Vipul Gupta
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Java-minded web developers seeking to incorporate Ajax capabilities into their web applications without sacrificing sound development principles. Table of Contents GWT Basics and a First Application GWT Architecture and Internal Features UI Programming: Basic Widgets Communication: RPC UI Programming: Handling Events and Using AdvancedWidgets Communication: Advanced Techniques Testing GWT Applications Internationalizing Your Applications: A Modern-Day Reality Some Important, Not-to-Be-Missed Techniques Peeking Into the Upcoming GWT 1.5 Release
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Serious Java developers wanting to write AJAX applications using GWT can expect a fast-paced yet thorough introduction to GWT from a renowned Java expert. Readers learn to incorporate AJAX capabilities into their Web applications quickly, without sacrificing sound development principles.
The Google Web Toolkit (GWT) is a key member of Google's popular array of software development solutions, and is easily the most popular Ajax framework solution for Java developers. Fully compatible with the most popular Java frameworks, Grails and Spring among them, GWT is quickly going to become an indispensable part of Java-minded developers' knowledge base.
Accelerated Google Web Toolkit offers a fast paced yet thorough introduction to GWT, offering serious developers not only key insights into the framework's capabilities, but also into how readers can most effectively incorporate GWT into their daily development routine.
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