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Hi, I'm looking to start on GWT development,
is there anyone who can advise me a good book on the subject that isn't out of date?
currently I'm reading GWT In Practice but this book is out of date.
I'm myself a big fan of books so I rather read a book on the subject instead of online tutorials.

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GWT is evolving quite fast. I doubt if any book can keep pace with the releases.
You can always refer to the official site for the Quick start guide as well as the in depth tutorials
 
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