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How does your book differ from other GWT book ?

 
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Hi Sir.
How do you see your book differ from other GWT books like : GWT In Action, GWT Quickly for example.
What are the strongest links of your book ?
Did you include some tips and tricks to integerate GWT with IoC Containers ?
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This book focuses on the practical side of GWT. It does not try to dig into its internals. I am not familiar with the other books, but I feel that the strongest point of this book is that it will get you comfortable using GWT quickly.

There are no samples that show integration with IoC, but check out Luca Masini's web site for some great examples on how to integrate ith Spring.


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