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GWT on PDAs

 
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I'm curious about the extent to which GWT would be practical for use on PDA devices (CE.Net, WM/SmartPhone, etc). I was able to make the kitchen sink work by modifying gwt.js (everything but popups and menus [so far]), but I'm curious about practical guidelines for these devices.

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Brian E Smith
 
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Hi Brian.

PDA/Phone support is pretty high on the TODO list, especially with the iPhone coming out this week. I think it might still be a few versions before mobile browsers are specifically targeted. Until then you will get some unpredictable results.
 
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