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Hi Authors (if you are still hanging around)

Does the book - GWT in Action - cover using GWT with Eclipse ? From the google site of GWT, it's clear that eclipse is the preferred IDE for developing with GWT - does the book cover this portion ?

Thanks.
 
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Originally posted by Rohan Dhruva:
Hi Authors (if you are still hanging around)

Does the book - GWT in Action - cover using GWT with Eclipse ? From the google site of GWT, it's clear that eclipse is the preferred IDE for developing with GWT - does the book cover this portion ?

Thanks.



Hi Rohan,

Yes it does try and weave in Eclipse aspects - mainly in the first couple of chapters where it talks about creating the basic "default" application using the GWT creation tools, together with the special switches you can provide them if you are going to be using Eclipse.

That's not to say the book is Eclipse focussed, we do talk about some of the other tools and approaches.

//Adam
 
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Great, the book looks more and more "want-to-buy-right-now"
Please make sure it's available in India soon ! Thanks !
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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