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Hello Guys,

Finally i have setup GWT environment over eclipse 3.6 Hellios.

I am following this tutorial over the
site itself. I was browsing through the books but i feel all of them are out of date. So what standard book should i follow?
After having a basic hands-on, i will try to switch towards SMARTGWT. Looking forward for the pointers.

Best Regards,
 
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I think you are on the right place. Start implementing the StockWatcher application on your environment. And move ahead to client-server communication. That will help you in understanding the internal dynamics of GWT fairly. Then you can proceed to smart-gwt demo. This is what i did in my initial days.

All the Best
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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