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Reducing GWT Generated javaScript file size

 
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Hi All ,

I am developing large enterprise application...
As far as I know Gwt generats only one javascript file per application...
How can I reduce the generated javascript file size (Generated by GWT Compiler)?

and I also want to know "Is it feasible to develop large size enterprise application in GWT ? "

Please help me.... !

Thank you so much..
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I am working on a large app based on GWT and i do suppose it is feasible to do so.
 
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GWT utilizes a Java to Javascript converter so in theory (almost) anything you write in Java can be converted to GWT/Javascript. There are exceptions for third party libraries as well as JVM restrictions if you are using the AppEngine, but I'd say about 95% of the functionality you need is available and the rest can be worked around.
 
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I think GWT does generate a small file size...

 
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