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Hello,

In order to participate the book promo, here is my question:
What is the big advantage of using GWT against other free tools?

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Which free tools in particular?

JavaScript frameworks?
- GWT is a compiler making smaller, faster, and browser independent JavaScript .

Java front ends?
- GWT runs entirely in the browser relieving the server from generating new HTML for each HTTP request. Much of the application state can move to the browser letting the server concentrate on the application instead of rendering.
 
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