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GWT in action: JSON covered?

 
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Does GWT use JSON and is JavaScript object notation used in the book?
Any example provided?
 
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Yup, a whole chapter. If you take a look at http://dashboard.manning-sandbox.com, you can see the component we build. It is the Yahoo Search on the Create menu.

The chapter covers the basics of what JSON is, the GWT API for JSON, then builds the Yahoo Search component including three separate server-side implementations for feeding the component (in Java, Perl, and Ruby).
 
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