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GWT application on javascript disabled browser

 
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can a gwt application run on javascript disabled browser.
 
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Come on Nilesh, how difficult is it to try this out yourself?
 
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hahahhaahhaha

sorry actually i asked it and at that same time i also tried it out. and it's not working so i asked.

 
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Well GWT transforms the Java code int Javascript so you would need a JS enabled browser.
If you have noticed, since 2.0 (I think) when you create a GWT project, the project creator automatically places this in the default html file
 
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yes thank you,
i got it.
and yes it's showing from gwt2.0 in default html file.
in previous versions it wasn't.
 
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