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Use GWT in existing applications

 
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I already have servlet applications (Java + HTML + CSS + JavaScript). Is it possible to add GWT components to these applications so that we can use AJAX to make these applications better?

Or maybe I should ask question this way:
To use GWT do I have to build applications from scratch?

Thanks.
 
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You should be able to integrate GWT into your servlet based web applications.

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hi author,

how to integrate GWT with web based application.
have you covered this topic in this book?

or can you provide me any link on that.

Thanks,
 
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