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GWT2.0 released

 
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The SpeedTester is amazing but why Google wants to lock me with Chrome?
Why SpeedTester isn't a standalone application?
Recently I got the feeling that Google is becoming the next MSFT.
 
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Mac users can confirm, but I think Safari already has this feature. FF might have a plugin, haven't looked yet. For me IE doesn't exist, so no comments there.
I think Google guys are smart. They will learn from other people's mistakes. I would not worry much...for now.
 
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I didn't check it yet but if GWT 2 "Declarative User Interfaces" delivers what it says, I'm going to be GWT-holic.
 
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Sorry but what do you mean by "Mac users can confirm, but I think Safari already has this feature." ?
 
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I was referring to the SpeedTester
 
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SpeedTester is available on Safari? isn't a Chrome plugin?
 
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No. The feature is already built in Safari.

http://code.google.com/webtoolkit/speedtracer/get-started.html
Speedtracer analyzes the loading time for individual resources. A similar feature exists in Safari
 
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How to use it in Safari?
 
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How to access these tools in Safari?
I checked all the menu items and found nothing.
 
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Well they removed Hosted mode in place of testing in regular web browser (finally!) but I've since lost the ability to test, now getting the error in the browser:

"GWT module '....' needs to be (re)compiled, please run a compile or use the Compile/Browse button in hosted mode"

Update: All fixed now, just had to right-click on the project and go to the Google menu to compile it. Would have thought it compiled automatically with hosted mode gone but I guess not.
 
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FYI: Firefox users will need to download a plugin to run in development mode. It prompts you for it the first time you try to run it in the browser.
 
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