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GWT in Action: To what extent can i use GWT?

 
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Is this book covers to what extent can we use Ajax implementation using the GWT in WebDevelopment? or where to use GWT?
 
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or where to use GWT?



I mean is there any place where we can opt for other technologies?
 
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I am not sure that I understand the question, but maybe this will help. GWT is a set of tools that allows you to write your code in Java, then compile it to JavaScript. So GWT can do anything that JavaScript can do, including any other client-side tool or framework.
 
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