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GWT In Action:both server and client code generated??

 
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Hi,

Does GWT generates both server-side J2ee code(JSPs or Servlets) and the corresponding client site xHTML/JavaScript?

It would be nice to have the option to generate the whole solution from GWT and at the same time create the client and server side applications.

Thanks in advance
[ June 26, 2007: Message edited by: Diego Gullo ]
 
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GWT compiles the Java code to JavaScript. It doesn't create HTML, servlets, or anything else without using tools outside the compiler.

GWT does though ship with some command line utilities to generate project files, including a sample HTML page, ant file, Eclipse project files, sample entry point class, and a project config file.
 
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