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Hi Ryan

I worked with jMaki framework for a little while and found it as an interesting framework to develop web apps that use widgets from various Ajax toolkits including but not limited to Google.
Infact the plugins for Eclipse/Netbeans made development very easy.
What are the tools/plugins available for easily using GWT in web apps ?
 
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You can find some of the tools available for use with GWT here:

http://code.google.com/webtoolkit/tools.html

I've found that using Eclipse pair with GWT's hosted mode browser is a great development environment.
 
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Thanks Ryan !
I downloaded GWT and read the document on GWT site. Found it pretty cool !
 
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