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SmartGWT & The CardLayout from GWT-Ext - Any Substitute or Equivalent for Migration?

 
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My last application was pretty dependent upon a CardLayout for allowing a user to flip through various pages in my wizard type application. I'm looking at SmartGWT and even GWT 2.0, and I'm not seeing anything that is the equivalent to what I had in the GWT-Ext library. Does anyone know of a good migration path for the CardLayout, or am I cursed now with the burden of 'rolling my own?'

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DeckPanel
http://examples.roughian.com/index.htm#Panels~DeckPanel

I dont know if it exists in GWT 2.0 but I bet 100 bucks it does

 
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Well, that taught me a lesson about assumptions I have made about what 'is' and 'is not' part of the standard GWT API. Mixing together SmartGWT and standard GWT components shouldn't be a problem.

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