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Hello Federico Kereki,
I am interested in using GWT to develop a richer user interface in an existing web application. The application uses Spring MVC and JSP for the view. Is it practical to keep Spring MVC and replace the JSP view with GWT or does GWT not integrate well with Spring?
 
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That may be just around the corner, since for version 2.1, they are talking about connecting with Spring -- see here or here for more on this.

A second solution, which can be done today, is implementing part of the new application in GWT, and including that frame in your old application -- but that might not suit you.

Hope this helps!

 
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