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[ANN] GWT Java AJAX Programming released

 
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The first print GWT book - "GWT Java AJAX Programming" has been released by Packt Publishing. Check it out at:

http://www.packtpub.com/google-web-toolkit-GWT-Java-AJAX/book

This is a practical guide to GWT and uses a task oriented approach. Here is a list of the tasks covered in this book:

* Download and install GWT
* Explore the GWT samples
* Generate new applications with and without eclipse support
* Create a Random Quote AJAX application
* Running in web and hosted modes
* Create Service definition interfaces
* Create a Service implementation
* Consume a Service
* Live Search
* Password Strength Checker
* Auto fill forms
* Dynamic Lists
* Flickr style editable label
* Pageble tables
* Editable tree nodes
* Log Spy
* Sticky Notes
* Mona Lisa Jigsaw puzzle
* Integrate Moo.fx
* Rico Rounded corners
* Rico Color selector
* Scriptaculous effects
* Custom calendar widget
* Custom weather widget
* Testing a GWT page
* Testing an async service
* Create and run a test suite
* I18N
* Create and parse xml on client side
* Manual deployment to tomcat
* Automated deployment to tomcat using ant
* Deployment from eclipse

The version of GWT covered in this book is 1.3. Apologies if this is not the right forum for this.

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