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Can GWT create more than one JavaScript file for one application

 
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I have a doubt regarding creation of Javascript file, for a particular GWT Web Application.

How much number of javascript files or how much big a java script file would be created for one GWT Application. If in case a very large Enterprise application has to be created in GWT then would it be feasible or not???

If it is feasible to develop this kind of application, then how many number of javascript would be created for one such application? If only one javascript is created for one application, then how can we manage to break up the java script to use it as and when the page requires it because it is not feasible to load javascript file of the whole project on the Client pc at same time.

Please help me out with some solution. Thanking you...
 
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GWT questions should be asked in the Frameworks forum. I have moved this post there for you.
 
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Of course,

as far as I understand, you can make serveral gwt "mini projects" into a gigantic project
eg: We had made a system where even the Login screen was a seperate gwt project

Here is one cool thing, inter-project communications are prossible too (via native javascript though)!!
 
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